Our first view of some snowy mountains in Utah. This was the backdrop of one of our rest stops.
The LONG highway...but I took it for the rainbow...can you see it? It faint and right in the middle of the road.
Monday of our trip, we went to Temple Square in Salt Lake City. It was going to be the warmest day, and it really was a beautiful day. Here are the kids right after we got out of the car.
Sitting on the stairs, looking straight up. Jason thought of taking this picture and I really like it.
Monday evening, Barbara had some friends over with their kids to do an egg hunt and BBQ. They all had girls. Poor Ethan. He was the caboose of this girl train. But hey, maybe there's a future wife in there? ;-)
On Tuesday, Barbara holds music time at her house. Neighborhood kids come and there's singing and playing instruments. I don't have many pictures, because Ethan was uncooperative.
On Tuesday we also went to look at the local temples. Awesome! This one is Oquirrh Mountain. It's not done yet. I think in June.
Tuesday afternoon we went to the Lehi Community Pool. Awesome place. Lots of fun was had by all. Barbara has an underwater camera, so this were taken with her camera. I kinda want one now. This is me with Josie.
This is at the art museum....look familiar? Scroll up because it's the painting version of a picture I took of stained glass.
After the Children's Museum, we walked to the Brigham Young House, also known as The Beehive House. That was a long walk, and I don't recommend it. But we made it and got to see some really old stuff that was cool. These are baby blessing and baptismal garments from the time period.
On Saturday, Jason, Barbara and I went to the Temple to do a session. Ben watched the kids. But I don't have pictures from that day. We left to come home Sunday, and I was ordered to stop in St. George to take a picture of the temple there. In total we saw 7 temples. Amazing! I loved Utah, and hope to go back very soon.
Thanks for having us Barbara!