Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Many Firsts...

The first Duck Crossing Sign I think I've ever seen. Like you wouldn't be able to see the ducks on the road without a sign. Its located in Idaho Falls.

First Time at Bear World where the bears are like right outside the car. Don't roll down your windows, do you really think they need to tell people this over and over? But sure enough the car in front of ours would always be leaning out of the window to take pictures. They are wild animals for pity sake! Get back in your car!

First Fireworks in Logan, for the Pioneer Day Celebration. I was out of the country for the Independence Day Fireworks.

First Time I've ever had a Slurpee from 7-11. I know what you're thinking, "you're 22 and have never had a Slurpee from 7-11?" Well we don't have them in St. George so I just never had one. But I made sure I was able to enjoy it!

First Time I've ever been certified in Scuba! That's right this is right before I did my last two dives to become certified. I'm smiling because I was able to get the suit on and not fall over!

First Time I went to the Western Heritage Place in Logan! I was in a Teepee. I can't really remember spending time in one of those either so we'll call that another first!

First time someone has tried to do me in with a bow and arrow. I mean there have been times when people have tried to do me in but never with a bow and arrow.

Tony Grove First time I've ever been there. Its up in Logan Canyon very pretty. I highly recommend it. Its beautiful!

My tour guides Tessa and Ryan.

I've never been to Bear Lake! Can you believe it! But I made sure that I went because it would be a first for my life! I also had a raspberry shake up there because apparently that's what you do when you go to Bear Lake.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009


This is my favorite DQ ever! Its totally 70's ghetto inside and they only have lemonade during the summer! What's that about?

Crossing the boarder into Canada...

My favorite sign which was located at our Hotel in Regina Sask.

The Plywood boat races that they did on Canada Day at Wascana Park, it was funny to watch them sink like rocks but some actually made it all the way. It was quite funny because that water was not clean at all!

Cardston Alberta Temple. This is where my parents were married!

In Waterton National Park, its the Canadian side of Glacier National Park, that water was freezing! This is where I spent my Independence Day.

After sitting here warming our feet for a bit I was informed that there was a spider on my rock!

A waterfall, I can't remember the name, in Waterton.

The Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton. The employees wear kilts here! It was great to see :)

The view of Glacier from the Prince of Wales Hotel. It was so pretty, but there were mosquitos everywhere!