Sunday. Back up to Highland for family dinner and to celebrate sister Emily's birthday. Barely any pictures were taken.
Made "my" corn for everyone to try. So much easier when there's three people who want to cut of the kernels, chop the green onion, and mix the butter and miso.
The kid's table.
Monday. Labor Day. We went to Brighton to take this "hike" designed for children, the elderly, and the handicapped on a boardwalk. There were lots of people out enjoying their Labor Day there.
First, some animal rules and a little looking around at the Visitor's Center.
And now, nature.
This duck was a huge draw. Caused a major traffic jam on the board walk.
Would you believe I had to choose this picture from three, all this good?
Later in the day we weren't sure what to do, so we went to Temple Square. And when we got there we weren't sure what to do then, either.
Conference Center tour? Why not.
Sorry, Baker. Doesn't look so good for you.
All the corpses at the bottom of the painting are left out of the picture in your Book of Mormon.
Ahem. Knock it Off, you guys.
Halfway through they switched our tour guides on us. Tour Guide #1 wasn't able to finish the tour before her shift ended. Read into that what you will.
Couldn't believe there was an apostle that looked like this. Guess I don't know enough church history.
Finished my Utah trip at Red Iguana with the family. I had a serious Mole Amarillo craving to deal with.
Who's the moron that parked Grandma's car like this? Oh . . . wait. Nevermind.
In my defense, everything looked so different before dinner when the lot was packed.