Five weeks ago we were in Hurricane, and now here we are again. I couldn’t wait to get to the grocery store, sure enough, all the Fundalmentalists ladies with their long dresses and hairdos, lost Euros, and scruffy mountain bikers, were all there. I had a big smile on my face. The town is a little warmer and less crowded, but the mountain biking is still great. This time of the year you start riding at 8am, instead of 10am.
We found a wonderful RV Park, WillowWind, smack dab in the middle of town, just off the main road, and walking distance to the grocery store.
For rides we did The Goose, Amelia’s new favorite, The Gander, Bear Claw Poppy down in St George, and I doubled up one day and snuck in the Jem Trail.
We had to stop at the Pizza Wagon wood fired pizzaria joint. It was as good as we remembered it being! This time I was on my game and took pics.
And now the wood fired pizza pics. The owner is originally from Whittier, California. I don’t know how he ended up in Hurricane. The hours are Thursday-Saturday, noon-8pm. Nice gig! The pizza wagon literally just sits on this empty lot right on the main drag. While he’s not there, it just stays there. The wood fired pizzas are incredible and worth twice what he charges. Are you kidding me, $8 for a large pie! This is a must stop. Even if you are just driving north on the 15 past St. George, get off the freeway and drive into Hurricane and visit the Pizza Wagon. You won’t be disappointed.