A Family Trip
St. George is the population and commercial center of Utah's
Dixie, a nickname given to the area when Mormon pioneers
grew cotton in the warm climate. St. George's trademark is its
geology — red bluffs make up the northern part of the city with
two peaks covered in lava rock in the city's center. The
northeastern edges of the Mojave Desert are visible to the
south. Zion National Park can be seen to the east, and the Pine
Valley Mountains loom over the city to the north and northwest.
The climate has more in common with the Desert Southwest
than the rest of the state, with scorching hot summers and
mild, mostly snowless winters. The city has recently developed
into a retirement destination.
The Property Where We Stayed Had Amazing Views
This property is in an old lava field.
Sawyer Ready To Go After Performing
Views Of The Landscape
You can see the lava areas in the distance along with the
Brent And Sawyer Become Elves At
Tuacahn Theatre With Its Spectacular Setting Outdoors
St. George, Utah
Mommy And Sawyer Chat
Kate has her coffee as Sawyer has fun playing with the
swinging glass shower door.
Sawyer Had Fun Playing In The Shower
Taking A Bath In The Huge Jacuzzi Tub
The Kid's Hamburger Wasn't Very "Kid" Like
Sawyer Watches Trevor Play A Game On His
Dad's Cell Phone
The St. George Utah Temple Of The Church Of Jesus
Christ Of Latter-day Saints Was Completed In 1877
Sawyer And Mommy Read With "Monkey"
Climbing On The Rocks And Exploring The Waterfalls In
Gloria Shows Sawyer A Picture She Just
Sawyer Asleep In A Pack 'N Play With His Monkey
The Casita Where We Stayed