Brayden loves to smile while drinking lemonade from the lemonade stand. That big puffy thing behind that house that looks like a cloud? That's the smoke from the fire in Alpine. Utah is literally on fire.
We rode the bus home; while the pioneers walked the whole distance. They probably didn't stop for ice cream on the way home like we did. This is one of the only pictures I took on Saturday. It's my good friend, James Coca in his straw hat.
The Pioneers of the Lehi 26th Ward. This was at the end of our 10 mile trek. We were all dirty, sweaty, and exhausted. But we had a camp to go back to with dinner waiting for us, and the pioneers had to set up and make their own dinners then do the exact same thing the next day. It really is remarkable what the pioneers did. I'm so grateful for their example and sacrifice.
This is the Sweetwater River that the priests carried us across. It was one of the most spiritual places on trek and I can't imagine trying to cross it in the middle of the winter with ice chunks flowing through the 2 feet of water.