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Old 06-03-2014, 07:10 AM
 
Location: SW Utah
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Again, I greatly appreciate the great suggestions.

As pnwmdk mentioned previously (and reiterated by my St. George mechanic), better leave the SALTY vehicles behind.

I actually have a "beater" '97 VW convertible sitting at my home in St. George waiting for me. The rust on it is atrocious. But it drives like a champ! I was actually impressed when it made it through the Rockies.
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Old 06-03-2014, 07:25 PM
 
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There is sooo much more to do up north, sooo much. It is all too clear St George strives to stay mediocre and cater to the retired population, hence why so many young kids start experimenting with drugs and other things. Sure, STG is relatively safe, but a very dull place to bring up kids. Trust me, one can only do the outdoor thing like hiking/camping so much. Most kids in the area are city kids bored out of their minds. can't even go browse a real mall for godsake.
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Old 06-06-2014, 08:35 AM
 
Location: God's Gift to Mankind for flying anything
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There is sooo much more to do up north, sooo much. It is all too clear St George strives to stay mediocre and cater to the retired population, hence why so many young kids start experimenting with drugs and other things. Sure, STG is relatively safe, but a very dull place to bring up kids. Trust me, one can only do the outdoor thing like hiking/camping so much. Most kids in the area are city kids bored out of their minds. can't even go browse a real mall for godsake.
And your point is ... ???
Does not help the OP to decide where to buy a car !
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