I Crashed the Castle in St George, Utah — 13 Comments

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  2. If it were me, I’d feel obligated to get up on top of the castle and recreate the French Taunter scene from Holy Grail. So I admire your restraint.

  3. I am loving your tour. I feel boring sitting in my house watching you have an awesome life of discovering. If you wanna see some awesome castles though, come to England and I’ll show you how to properly crash into some! If you’re ever here let me know!

    • I would LOVE to come to England for a visit! And crashing traditional, old castles is on my bucket list! It would be so fun to crash them with you and then blog about it! And if you’re ever in the US, let me know! You are welcome to meet up with me on my Great RV Roll-about!

    • I’ve pitched it to the Travel Network, but they didn’t exactly write back.

      I’m sure they probably missed my email. I’ll have to keep sending them until they write back or issue a restraining order.

  4. This is one of the best posts I’ve seen all week. You should be proud. Make sure you’re using good tags your videos on YouTube. Also, brilliant to be putting your website in your credits. YouTube gets way more search action than our little blogs do.

    • Why, thank you, Darlin’! That’s high praise indeed coming from you! Yup, tagging my little heart out, but not sure if I’m using the best words/phrases. I do no research 🙂

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  6. The following comment is from Richard.Ashby MD:
    I bumped into one of your former blogs, regarding Creed Evans MD, who you met in Saint George some years ago. Creed and I go back half-a-century, but my reason for dropping YOU a line is to pass on the (kinda) sad news that he passed away about 10 days ago. Knowing Creed, he probably made everybody comfortable as he breathed his ante-penultimate breath. Anyway, I’m glad you got to meet him, he was a wonderful friend, helped me MAJOR TIME through my medical training, and we both had that great love of flying that was also a bond. Wish you could have gone up with him in “Buster B-T”, of which he was so (appropriately) proud. roa