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... and other patriotic momuments. After venturing around the massive park type land the capitol sits on, we took advantage of the sun and layed on the ground for a good hour or so. We had heard there bats that lived under the main bridge in town and came out at night so we had some time to kill.
We watched the sun set over the water and watched the crowds gather on the bridge. It seemed like we waited for so long but then suddenly SO many bats started to appear in the ...
... of playing the role of giant D-bag road fan, I decided to talk to the BYU fans around me. I got to know them. We talked about school, where we were all from, mormunism, all sorts of things. By the end of the game, I had somehow become friends with everyone. It was crazy. Something that could only happen in BYU. Towards the end of the game one of our new friends, Abby, decided to leave. The two people she was attending the game with, Carson and ...
We pulled into our driveway right about 3:00 PM on Wednesday, so this if my first opportunity to make a blog entry because we only just got our Internet connection working. I'll write up a detailed blog with pics, so be on the lookout for more.
We're busy getting to know our house and have started the long unpacking process. But we've been enjoying the warmth, the sun and the pool!
... a half in Santa Fe and got a great "honeymoon special" deal at a beautiful hotel in the center of the downtown. We walked around and enjoyed the art, the museums and other famous landmarks. We visited the artistic outdoor market on the square put on by the local Native Americans promoting their jewelry designs and other various skills using rocks, minerals and stones.
After recovering in Santa Fe, we hit the road again heading towards ...
... as the state capital, it has a lovely shaded downtown area around the capital, and the Congress Street bridge leading to the capital has a popular tourist attraction: each night at dusk, crowds gather to watch millions of bats fly out from the bridge to lucky nearby neighborhoods, where they consume vast quantities of insects. As night settles over the city and the lights across the river slowy come on, it's a magical moment.
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