A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
You can see exactly where we are on I-15 headed north.
These photos are not crystal clear, but remember they were taken at a speed of 80 mph. Though I have been over I-15 between St. George and Salt Lake City dozens of times, I gain a new appreciation for Utah and see the scenery in another different light every time we make the journey. I would just like to share my appreciation for our western mountain and desert scenery with viewers from around the world so that others can see what Utah is like.
Hikers atop the "Dixie" bluff, so-named because of the big white block "Dixie" name on the front of the bluff.
We have now left the Red Hills Parkway for I-15 headed north. The big slice in the bluff was necessary so that I-15 and two frontage roads would have space needed for them. Originally, if my information is correct, a tunnel through the original bluff was the main entry into St. George. I'll have to check on some more local history to make sure this is correct.