The Energizer Cowboys who kept things humming at the reunion

The Energizer Cowboys who kept things humming at the reunion
These kids know how to have fun!

Friday, February 12, 2010

From Snowbank to Snowflake

We had a wonderful reunion trip last weekend as we were able to go with Virgena and Richard Clarke and their beautiful daughter Amber, as they were sealed together as an eternal family.  Dad and I were able to be their escorts, and Richard's sister Lula and her husband Bro. Billy were the witness couple, so that made it even more special for all of us.   

   The Clarkes stayed overnight Friday at the same motel we were at, so we were able to help them with clothing, as well as go to dinner together, play a few games and visit.  It ws so fun to be with them again.  

The next day we hit all the thrift shops, visited the Bishop's storehouse, and were back and ready to go to the temple at 12:30.  It was so wonderful seeing them together looking into the double mirrors of eternity.  Afterwards we went to dinner at Trappers in Tayor, together with Sister Ludlam, the Billys, Moniks, Clarkes and us.  If you like lots of meat--that's the place to eat!
     We dropped Corey off in Ganado at the church house on the way down.  The roads were so muddy, we didn't dare try any dirt roads.  We stayed Sat. at Snowflake and got up early, making it to Ganado in time for church.  Many of the people we had hoped to see again were "stuck in the mud", but we did see many, and enjoyed short visits with them.  We stayed for all three meetings, then headed back home to Blanding.  We drove through some rain, but the only real snow we saw was just above Cow Canyon in Bluff.  It was a great weekend. 

(Thanks to the Moniks who are missionaries in Ganado for taking the photos--I forgot my camera.)

No comments: