I grew up in the Midvale East 4th ward (Church boundary) and each year the members would drive to storm mountain for an annual bbq dinner and ward party. There were always a variety of activities offered to each age group - though the teenagers (for the most part) would forego any planned activity and try their hand at hiking to Doughnut Falls - and often succeeding.
Before Kayla was born, the location had changed from Big Cottonwood Canyon to Wheeler Farm - which actually was a shorter drive and more family oriented, but not totally a big hit with the teenagers. We hadn't taken into account that Wheeler Farm was a safer and more practical area overall.
I have seen this photo attached to two blogs; I don't
know who to give credit to for taking it. I think it's
a great representation but I will remove the picture
if the artist asks me to.
I think I appreciated it more after I became a mother. I have many scrapbook pages of Jenna and Wheeler Farm all from different years. Her most favorite thing to visit was (and I think still is) the farm equipment.
On Friday, Randy had suggested that spend some time there as it is free and it would perhaps help Biff to cope and move on. It was the only overly warm day we had this last week. It was the only day when the wind wasn't blowing.
Tony and Rochelle had been unwilling or unable to meet us as her brother was getting married the following day and then moving out to Pennsylvania. Bittersweet memories of when Tony and Rochelle moved to Texas right after they were married.
in addition to the tractors, Jenna has always had her picture
taken as she looks through window in the clubhouse
|closeup of her and the two nieces who accompanied us|
There were many things I hadn't seen before including this;
Jenna was in Granite School District the entire time we lived in Utah