We left the Hitch-N-Post RV Park in Kanab, UT by 11 AM and headed south on 89. We dipped down into Arizona and turned west on AZ 389 which becomes 59 at the Utah border again. After the town of Hurricane we took 9 to Interstate15 and then motored south the last several miles to arrive in Saint George, UT.
At times we drove through the rain… other times, it was nice and dry. It was raining again when we pulled into the Saint George (Dixie) Elks Lodge #1743 after our 82 mile scenic trip for the day.
Here’s our spot for the next 4 days.
I went inside the lodge and paid $60 for four nights. It’s $15 per day here for 50 Amp power but I don’t think the sites have water. I couldn’t find a spigot at my site… I’ll have to ask the camp host tomorrow. And by-the-way, the camp host here has an Alpine Coach! John has been hosting here for a couple years. I talked to him briefly inside the lodge.
It rained off and on most of the night. At times – a really heavy downpour accompanied by lighting & thunder would come through, but we weathered it alright.
We’ll move on to Las Vegas, NV on the 22nd where we’ll meet our son William and his girlfriend Jasmine. They arrived from Germany Friday evening for a 3-week vacation and will drive to LV from Colorado Springs where they are now with our two daughters. Looking forward to that 🙂 I already reserved a spot at the Main Street Station RV Park for a week.
Stay tuned to see what we get into – here in Saint George.