Hurricane, Utah High 57 Low 39
We asked our accountant to file an extension on taxes because we knew we wouldn't be home in time to get them done. He told me we now have until September, so we are not in a big hurry to get home.
Today we drove from Henderson, Nevada to Hurricane, Utah. It was a good drive although we had some wind and I’m guessing my mileage is bad. I put one picture of a quilt Cindy took a picture of yesterday at the quilt store.
I had a reader; Betty Graffis ask if we got the huge sand storm they had in in Las Vegas. We were staying in Henderson which had winds a lot worse than Las Vegas. The sand was blowing so much that the TV news said some places the visibility was less than a mile. That was probably where we were. The wind last night moderated some and had pretty much quit by the time we left this morning, but I did see one of the highway signs saying high winds on I15. This gave me a little concern, but the wind wasn't too bad.
We got to the Sand Creek State RV Park where we plan on being for 2 nights. The site we have is a pull through with asphalt to park on. All the sites are surrounded by red sand and there are some nice views of the area around the Park. Where we are parked we can see the dam but not the lake. There are about 50 sites where we are with full hook-ups. The other sites are far enough away that there aren't any close neighbors.
I talked to Tammy this afternoon and she told me it has snowing pretty hard in Salt Lake. When we got the TV going they reported that this storm had the most snow of any storm this past winter in the Salt Lake City area with more to come.
Right now our plan is to drive home Friday, but if they still have bad roads that could be changed.
We have Devon with us because he doesn't have to be back to school until the 25th of this month.
Thanks for visiting.