Wednesday, May 28, 2008
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Thursday, May 22, 2008
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Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Posted by MOLLY at 3:49 PM
Monday, May 12, 2008
Mark said "aren't you gonna do a post about your birthday?" I said "no"....
Well, I am now...here's a few old pics....enjoy!
MOLLY--almost 3 years old
this is my 2nd grade class...can you find me??
my lovely dance costume....May 1981
Me and my best friend Kat being CRAZY!!
WOW...how much hair spray was that?!!!!
Awesome 4-some! EFY 89
Molly, Amy, Ann, & Kat
this one is a little better...except I got a sunburn on my face the day before :-)
Posted by MOLLY at 2:27 PM
Friday, May 9, 2008
Well, Mark had to do a few vendor shows for Jones Paint & Glass so I decided to go with. I know there is not a lot to do out there but I thought it would be fun. We got some books on CD to listen to on the way. We listened to a few Louis L'Amour that kept us entertained. It's really not THAT far...like a 4 hour drive.
Mark with a few items from L.J. Smith Stair
The next day Mark and I went to the Vernal Temple, which is such a neat little temple. It used to be the tabernacle (built 1907) and it was converted over to a temple and dedicated in 1997. Love it!
Vernal, Utah---May 8, 2008
Then we went for a drive before the second show in Roosevelt. We just stared driving...not really knowing where we were headed. Well, actually we knew it was north toward the Uintahs but that's about it. We noticed the scenery changing from sage brush to pines. It was a beautiful area....we found a little spot to park down by the river to get a few pictures. Mark wished he'd brought his fly pole! We found a perfect spot for fishing. The sign said Uintah Canyon.
Then on the way home from Roosevelt, there was a slight change in directions. You see at Duchesne there was a state trooper blocking highway 40 saying that a semi overturned and spilled oil all over the highway and that it would be about 15 hours before it opened up. No biggie....we just turned back to Duchesne and took highway 191 through a great scenic route to the highway 6 junction, from there through Spanish Fork canyon and then to I-15. Mile wise, it was about 60 miles off our route but we made good time. Probably because we were on the freeway for the last part. So on the scenic route we saw some old log cabin type structures and one we saw was like and old ranch. We had to stop and take some pics...It was so neat!
Posted by MOLLY at 11:57 AM