Last year was a great year for Tuacahn goers with Mary Poppins and Peter Pan, two time-tested productions. I must state at how surprised I was last week when we watched both Shrek and Newsies. These two shows by far out class any other years production since I started reviewing in 2008. Newsies is already… Read more »
This Is the Best Idea for Your Vacation When shopping for a Utah vacation rental many people often relate the cost of the rental to that of a Hotel and perceive a vacation rental home to be more expensive. The reality is that the vacation rental home is most often the best deal when you know the value of benefits. Here’s… Read more »
ST GEORGE UTAH – The success and ever growing popularity of “Sports Tourism” in Southern Utah owes a great deal of gratitude to the annual St. George Marathon. This year marks the 40th year of the Marathon. “Rated by Runner’s World as one of the four “Marathons to Build a Vacation Around” in the World. Included… Read more »
I’ve lived in the St George area for nearly 9 years and there are still things I am learning and discovering – a few weeks ago I took my family on a SunSoker tour and had my eyes opened again at how much is around me in St George that I didn’t know about. … Read more »
26th annual St George area Parade of Homes February 12th -21st The Parade of Homes was the first community event we participated in when we moved to St George in 2008 and I have attended each year after and enjoyed them all. Our company is a vendor member of SUHBA (Southern Utah Home Builders Association) who… Read more »
Looking for the unique ‘To Do’ on your next St George visit? Look into the low-tech high-thrill of a hot air balloon ride. The photo opportunities and memory building time is second to none.
Miles of ATV, Mountain Bike or Horse Back trails through beautiful high-desert slot canyons, sand dunes and sunsets – Enjoy the Coral Pink Sand Dunes area
One of the little hidden adventures of Southern Utah –
Most men I know acknowledge ‘Mother’s Day’ because we have had to set an example for the kids – help them draw a card, make breakfast in bed, buy flowers, etc. We’re appreciative of the event – but we’re not always tuned into it. This last year I set out to do something different and made a great event. We celebrated that Sunday like all the years before – I made dinner, we acknowledged the motherly contributions through out our lives and the past year etc. We had the flowers and the day was nice and appreciated. THEN I presented the gift!
We love labor day – its a great way to end the summer and take in one last adventure before we have to get serious about school and work right. But do we know why we have this awesome holiday on the calendar? I did some homework and found this at the Department of Labor… Read more »