First thing we did in St. George was go to the college so Taylor could do her dance. She is in the middle up front in this picture.
After Taylor's dance we went to In 'N' Out for lunch. Apparently everyone else from the dance comp. did too. It was packed. We ate out in front of the dinosaur museum.
After lunch we went to the temple. Actually, we went down Main St. first to find real live polygamists because we heard they can be found down that street. Our friends saw some but we weren't so lucky. The kids were disappointed. it reminded me of going down Castro St. in San Francisco. The grounds were so pretty at the temple, I wanted to take a ton of pictures but of course no one wanted me taking their picture so I didn't get as many as I wanted or the shots I wanted.
When my family was walking ahead of me, the song that came to me was "I love to see the temple, I'm going there someday..." . It was neat to think of my whole family heading to the temple.
This was taken at Brigham Young's winter home which I didn't even know he had. I believe it was in his older years he went here for health reasons.
We did a little climbing too. It wasn't a big climb but it was really fun. I think the kids enjoyed this part of the trip the most. Here, they didn't want me to stop taking pictures. There were several people getting professional pictures taken. A bride was taking pictures in her white dress. If she had to climb anywhere for a shot, she put a garbage bag with holes in it for her legs on to protect her dress. It was funny looking.
I couldn't go this far with them. I realized I am a little uncomfortable up that high when there is a ledge you can fall off of. SCARY! Beautiful view though, you can even see the temple behind them.
"Who are these children coming down...". I only wish I had a sword for Jeffrey to be holding up. You know, Saturday's Warrior's?
This is where we were climbing. Everyone went up on top of the Dixie but me. I climbed other areas behind this that felt safer.