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A Place of Refuge

Zion National Park. A place of refuge, a place of untouched beauty, and a place rooted in biblical references. In the Bible, Zion is referred to as a place that the Lord loves more than all the dwelling places of Jacob. 237 more words

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Cedar City: A Look Back - President Harding's Visit

During his “Voyage of Understanding” tour in the summer of 1923, President Warren G. Harding arrived in Cedar City before visiting Zion National Park. This photo shows the President and First Lady as they were greeted by a young Paiute girl before being escorted to the El Escalante Hotel. 30 more words

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2 Days in Zion National Park

This past summer we took a trip out west.  We had an extended weekend and wanted to see a few different sites, but Zion was at the top of our list.   1,151 more words

We’re Marching to Zion

Zion National Park is one of the most popular national parks with more than five million visitors annually. It is a small park comparatively with only 229 square miles.  1,088 more words

Zion National Park - Tuesday September 19, 2017

Wednesday is moving day.
Hurricane for groceries and then on to Lees Ferry, Az.

The current plan is Lees Ferry Wednesday 9/20 until Monday 10/2 with some fishing in the Colorado River. 91 more words

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Zion Canyon ~ Utah

Because, you know, you’re in Utah.  And because of its conservatism, if you can make it there, you can make it almost anywhere.

Zion Canyon is a long way from Orange County in Southern California, actually about 450 miles across California, Nevada, Arizona and into Utah. 96 more words

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