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This week life and faith, past and present, merged beautifully at the baptism of Inga Linnea Speiser. Inga is the daughter of our friends Pete and Anna Speiser (who are both ELCA pastors), who live in Nebraska. Pete and I have been friends for over a decade and as we both married wonderful gals, it feels like we've all known each other for a very long time.
So Pete is a friend, but the Speisers also feel more like family. When my and Annie’s Minot home ...
... ship, and a hat. We had our picture taken on a rock that is referred to as "the potato chip." The day was a little cool initially but progressed to warm. We took off our jackets. When we started the trip, Jonathan asked if we wanted "air." We told him no. Now, if you are wondering what air is, it is flying through the air off a rock or razorback (sand dune with a steep drop). We had a very pleasant ride with Jonathan. ...
... has cooled a little, as the past few days have been in the high 90's. Hot, hot, hot!
Fox was (not so happily) at the doggie day care and we were off to Zion. The park doesn't allow cars past a certain point, but there are shuttles that stop at multiple places within the park. Get on or off at any stop, as ...
... nothing but sand and rock for miles and miles, perhaps because it's so opposite from England and New York where we come from. Just before the CA/NV border we stopped in Baker - a small little town that seems to exist as a road side service stop but home to the World's Largest Thermometer. They recently restored it and it's worth a quick stop to take a photo.
We drove past Vegas by lunch time, familiar hotels popping up as we drove pass The Strip from ...
... where further east. They simply call them the Fremont indians. they lived in this area till about 1300 then simply melted away… there is no trace of why they moved on or where they went to. all that is left is a few petroglyphs carved on canyon walls and some evidence of agriculture.
So, mysterious native cultures aside and without boring myself when i read this back in years to come…we visited the three ...