First off, a trip to Temple Square.
I couldn't resist taking this picture of a worker meticulously scraping the "gunk" off a fence surrounding the temple. I have never thought about the bird droppings that must be constantly removed. And how do they keep the birds from nesting in the recessed windows and the like? I am very aware of birds, you know.
The Assembly Hall.
I love this.
Are they looking for coins? Or just cooling off? I think both.
(George on the left. Hank on the right.)
Owen stars in most of the photos, because I can keep up with him, and when he finds something he likes, he stays for awhile, and I can get a shot. The olders jet from place to place too fast.
Chandelier and stained glass at The Joseph Smith Memorial building.
And just so I don't forget how novel this seemed to me: We met a sister missionary from Pakistan. Maybe someday that won't seem like such a big deal, but in 2010, it IS big. We spoke with her and her Taiwanese companion at length, while the kids explored the visitor's center movies and displays.