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... handsome boys Carson, Blake, and Riken. Our boys immediately felt at home and they all got busy playing hide and seek, nerf guns and tag. They shared hot cocoa and cookies together, while the grown-ups had tea. Marco commented that the visit with the Wrights was the “best part of the trip”- so much for Yellowstone, Badlands and Black Hills! We certainly appreciate their hospitality and really do hope we can get together again soon. ...
So, here's what NOT to do on the morning of your vacation:
I had set the alarm for 4:00 AM in order for us to get to the airport in time for our 6:15 flight. Well apparently when it started sounding I unconsciously decided I wanted to sleep some more and turned it off. The sun coming through the blinds made my brain realize it was too sunny for 4:00 AM and I awoke in a panic only ...
... questions about genealogy. We started there. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) runs the center and it’s huge. We were greeted by a missionary who welcomed us, got us name tags and directed us to the orientation video. There another missionary greeted us, showed the video and then introduced us to a third missionary who is a genealogist who got us online and helped up look up information. There are records from ...
... tip dinner that we enjoyed on our picnic table in the cool summer breeze. The sunset was absolutely stunning but difficult to enjoy knowing the brilliant colors were caused by the smoke from the Colorado fires.
Looking forward to another day in Park City tomorrow. Stay tuned to check out our fun adventure we have planned :)
... die won a Grammy
· The Orchestra at Temple Square has 110 members, all volunteers
· The Tabernacle Organ has 11,623 Pipes
· The pipes are made of wood, zinc, and various alloys of tin and lead
· The longest pipe has a speaking length of 32 feet
· The shortest pipe has a speaking length of three-quarters of an inch