Monday, July 21, 2008

To Texas and Back Again

These last few days I went on a whirlwind roadtrip. On Wednesday two mission friends and I left for the flat plains of Texas to attend the wedding of a common mission companion. It took us two days to drive to Lubbock, TX, one day to attend the wedding, and two days to drive back. Although it was tiring, it was so much fun. On the way down we stopped at every small attraction on the road, learned about cotton plants once there, and then sped our way home. Here are some pics:

A stop in Spanish Fork Canyon.

Wilson Arch, just off the highway near Moab.

Monticello Temple: the original small temple.

The Dino Museum of Blanding. Who knew Blanding was so Cool?

Four Corners: four states at one time, although we're only standing in two in this shot.

Shiprock, NM, taken from the road while moving.

Billy the Kid: an outlaw. Maybe he held up stage coaches. . .

View from the Vardeman's window. It was just so pretty I had to take a picture of it.

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