Tuesday, July 22, 2008

More pictures of our trip to Disneyland

Our trip to Disneyland

Going to Disneyland with two older children was a whole new experience for us. It was sooooooooooo nice! I cannot even begin to explain how different it was compared to when they were younger. All we can say is that we will definately do it again!! We had sooo much fun!

Our trip to Utah

Our trip to the Copper Mine, that was coooool!

Our trip to Utah

This is the "This is the Place" monument in Salt Lake City. This monument is extra special to our family because my great great great grandfather, John Pack is on this monument. He was one of the first to come into the valley with Brigham Young and others. This was a definate highlight of our trip.
Britton and Rebecca in John Pack's home. (This is an exact replica of the Pack home in Salt Lake) What a memorable experience for us.
The hat shop

Everyone in front of the Pack home.

Our trip to Utah

Does anyone recognize this popular school??? Yes! It's East High in High School Musical. We went to take pictures in front of the school when the janitor saw us from the inside. She invited us in and told us we had 10 minutes to look around! The girls were sooooo "giddy" it was hilarious. Actually, Leah and I were kinda giddy too. It was so much fun! They had just finished cleaning the set that same day! This was definately one of our most favorite highlights of our trip!

David and Sharilyn's swimming pool, the kids loved it!
Britton in fron of BYU Law School....hmhmhm
Thanksgiving Point, Dinasour Museum

Our trip to Utah

My sister, Leah and I recently took a trip to Utah with our kids. We went to spend some time with our mom and dad who are serving a mission in the Joseph Smith Building in Salt Lake City. We stayed with David and Sharilyn and their kids and had a great time. We didn't have any time to get bored, we kept going and going every day we were there. Here are some pictures of our trip. top of the Conference Center in Salt Lake.
Inside the beautiful Joseph Smith Building.
The room where our parents train other missionaries.
in front of the beautiful Salt Lake Temple