Monday, July 24, 2006

Pioneer Day

Well, today I did nothing to celebrate my love for the pioneers. I guess I did that yesterday when I spoke about them in Sacrament Meeting. However, today has been fun.
After work, I went over to Jeff's and we went four-wheeling. He took me up to the top of "T-Mobile Mountain", which is pretty much in the middle of nowhere, kind of by where he lives (also in the middle of nowhere). The view up there was amazing, and we had some fun getting up the near vertical hill. A few times I didn't think we would make it. But, we did. And it was fun. Here are some of the pics I took at the top and some from other moments.
Willard Bay:

Mantua:


Avon:

Paradise:

Hyrum/Logan/Idaho:

Sardine Canyon:


Heifers:


Amazing Waterfall:

Mmmm.... Cheesecake. The taste lingers in my mouth, making my mouth salivate as I think back.



I thought Dad would like this picture of Jeff's cat, Pepper (whom I call Bat Cat), but only because it looks like it's being strangled.


This picture is dedicated to LeAnn and her love for sunflowers. It is the largest sunflower in all of Cache Valley. Maybe sometime she can come with me to see it.


That's all for now. Ta ta.

6 comments:

mummy said...

the pictures are fabulous! is it possible to get there on a real road (by motorcycle)? the waterfall inspires me!!

crisco said...

My mouth is watering...

Pookie said...

no, mummy.. not quite advised.. it's all gravely on the "real road"... and the walk would be too long

samel the camel said...

Them's some pretty pictures. Northern Utah is pretty pretty, I think we need to do more exploring up that way. I took Parker to Pineview on Saturday just for fun and I just wanted to keep exporing up the canyon (but didn't, hence my lament).

sam again said...

That's "exploring"

don't tell said...

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