Thursday, December 24, 2009
Buddhist temple amongst the city
Brian and I took a tour of the Demilitarized Zone. Hard hats for the tunnel tour.
I love the Korean temple grounds
Hey look it's Ben and George Burns!
Don't you love drinks with the word "sweat" in them?
Billions of dishes from a tradition Korean dinner
Ben getting fitted for a suit!
Thank you Mom and Dad for showing us the sights, sounds and tastes of Korea! We couldn't have asked for better tour guides!
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Sunday, November 8, 2009
KODACHROME BASIN has been compared to Yellowstone National Park, but the geysers that were once active here have become massive sandstone chimney spires geologists believe to be solidified sediment that filled ancient springs or geysers and are left standing after the softer sandstone eroded away.
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Wednesday, October 14, 2009
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Monday, August 31, 2009
Friday afternoon we headed up into the Mirror Lake region just beyond the city of Kamas.
Jacob went straight for the lakes for some fly fishing. I started a fire for some tin-foil dinners with a balsamic rosemary marinade and luckily Ben and Olivia found us after driving up the Mirror Lake scenic byway a few times! For breakfast Brian and I ate roasted marshmallow peanut butter sandwiches due to me forgetting the jelly (they were tasty)! Then we headed out on a hike with stops at three different lakes and a fishing tutorial from the fishing expert, Jacob. He was the only one to catch any fish!
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Monday, August 24, 2009
The first time Brian and I had a sip of DRY SODA was in a restaurant in Seattle. The flavor was Kumquat. I tracked them down again at Liberty Heights Fresh in SLC and continued to sample the flavors one bottle at a time, because they are $2.50 each. Now Maestros Gelato on center street in Provo carries them and my all time favorite flavor is JUNIPER! They are very subtle flavors and aren't sweet, so not all will like them. But if you were to try one definitely try the JUNIPER.
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Friday, August 21, 2009
Friday, August 14, 2009
I was checking out Erin McKeown's website to see if she would be in Utah anytime soon and saw that she was playing at the Women's Festival in Torrey Utah. She rarely comes out west so I was excited, but to increase the excitement I saw her next stop was Snowbird, UT as a part of the Cool Air FREE Concert series! Yipppeeee! It just got better. I was a little worried after attending the free concert series at the Gallivan Center with thousands of people that don't even know who their listening to. As we rounded the corner there was a small group of people sitting on chairs listening politely to Erin! We sat three rows back among about 50 people! I couldn't have asked for a better Saturday evening! Chilly fall weather, Brian, Eli and some good music!
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