example of young people pushing and pulling a handcart
July 8-12th Rachel & Jacob were able to participate with our ward on a Pioneer trek in Wyoming. We didn't think Rachel would go because of her foot and the fact that she is still relying on crutches. BUT she wanted to do it so we let her go. They had a great experience and learned a lot about what is must have been like to be a pioneer crossing the plains with a handcart. One day they walked 17+ miles! I sent the camera with Rachel but she forgot she even had it so I don't have any pictures yet. A gal from the ward took about a thousand pics so I will get them from her soon. I'm glad they got to go...it was a great opportunity.
Sweetwater rescue monument site
Friday, July 25, 2008
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Saturday, July 19, 2008
Well, this year I was asked to be the camp leader for the young women in our ward. We usually have close to 30 girls that go but this year we had 16. Our youth participated in a Pioneer trek in Wyoming the week before so a lot were too tired to go camping again. We camped at "Camp Zarahemla" in Liberty, Utah. It is a quiet, beautiful place close to the mountains. We had a lot of fun! Whitney and Jacob helped with the kids while Rachel and I were at camp for 4 days. I am really beat but it was worth it. We ALL had a great time.
You can tell I've been camping for 4 days....I look hideous! (bottom left)
Posted by MOLLY at 7:18 PM
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
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