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From Spring to Winter and back again

07 Apr Posted by in Living | Comments

We are spending Conference weekend up at our good friends, the Whiting’s, cabin in the Uintah Mountains. By we, I mean everyone but Brandon and Annie who are spending the week in San Francisco with Annie’s family. How dare they choose a really fun week in California over hanging with us. Oh, and Maddie’s husband Jeff is also MIA as he has to go for three weekends in a row out camping for a geology class. He brings home rocks – and Susan gets excited about them as well – go figure.

Anyway, it’s interesting to go from spring in Utah Valley to a place where snowmobiles are still needed to get to the cabin. Though we have been to this fantastic, beautiful place many times, this is the first time the care taker of the cabin area (called Uintah) happened by and offered to haul us and all of our paraphernalia up to the cabin in his suburban with tracks on it.

Loved that machine. I’ve always wanted a snow cat type of vehicle – they go anywhere. It’s a guy thing. I also want a tractor w with a back how and a bucket. Not sure why – a just want to be able to dig huge holes and move lots of dirt. If I had one, I’d probably re sculpt my back yard every two weeks. So maybe it’s good I don’t have one.

In between Conference sessions on Saturday, we went snowmobiling. It’s great in the spring because the air is much warmer. Nick got to learn to drive a snowmobile.

My niece Sarah, who came with us got to learn to drive as well. This photo is of Sabrina and I after a long ride.

The highlight – beyond the tons of food – was riding snowmobiles in full suites to get to the Priesthood session in Evanston, Wyoming. Down close to the cars we had to go through huge puddles, and over stretches of mud to get there and the suits stayed clean! Brittany Whiting caught this picture of Nick and I as we headed out. Overall, and great weekend with great friends and family.

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