Tagged : Little Valley

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I have been driving by a beautiful farm, on acres of land, for several months now.  I finally went to investigate (for Trail Tuesday) and found a wonderful surprise.  It is the Hela Seegmiller Historical Farm.  It is located at 2592 South 3000 East in St. George (Little Valley), Utah. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This beautiful farm is park of St. George City Parks and was built on land that was a workable farm.  The Seegmiller family gifted the land to the City of St. George so that the city would build an historical farm with the look of the original homestead.  I spent my time walking around the grounds and enjoyed every minute.  There is a barn (pavilion) which holds 134 people, picnic tables, a garden area, an orchard, corrals, and

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The GRAND OPENING of the new Smith’s Marketplace on the corner of Mall Drive and Riverside Drive is August 2, 3 and 4.  The new Smith’s Marketplace will be 123,000 square feet in size and the address is 565 South Mall Drive.  The store will offer a complete grocery store, pharmacy, apparel, household items, jewelry, Starbucks, sushi, made to order pizzas, salads and sandwiches.  There will be a fuel center, an online grocery pick up and a two-lane drive through pharmacy.   

A Utah Business Press Release states that the $21 million Smith’s Marketplace will anchor the first phase of the 25-acre shopping project in the area.  It is in a prime location for area residents.

Some online information for the Smith’s Marketplace at Dinosaur Crossing in

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What is all the craziness about pickleball?  If you drive around Southern Utah, specifically St. George,  you are bound to see numerous pickleball players with bright pickleball paddles and many parks with pickleball courts.  The USA Pickleball Association www.usapa.org describes pickleball as “A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.”  I like pickleball because you spend a lot of time hitting the small plastic ball with holes in it, instead of chasing down the ball like you sometimes do in tennis.  The courts are smaller than tennis courts which makes for fast paced activity.  I also like pickleball because you find after playing the sport that you have had a great

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