Check out these moose chilling in a meadow. The kids eye spied them on a hike and we tiptoed on by.
We also stayed in West Yellowstone which is part of Montana and flew in and out of Salt Lake City where we visited Temple Square and listened to an organ concert at the tabernacle. After all that it was fabulous to come back home again and sleep in my own bed again!For me it really is a red letter day. It is a scrappy Saturday and I am home! It feels like ages since that has happened. Nothing on the schedule, chores caught up, and ready to sew! Even though my main project this week was finishing up Anna's blue dorm room quilt, I managed to finish a gigantic stack of leaders and enders while I was putting all the blocks together in just the right order. Some of them were even red!
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Sounds like a wonderful vacation. We were out there this spring and it is such a beautiful part of our country!
Enjoy your sewing therapy!
Oh DARN! Missed the potato place while in ID! HA LOVE Yellowstone and the Tetons. UT is a beautiful state. Always good to get home to your own bed.
What a wonderful picture of your family on horseback!
Vacations are great, but coming home is also great! Glad you enjoyed your time in "my neck of the woods".
What a lovely holiday, we did that one with the kids a few years ago, so many good memories. I had never realized (until now) what the Tetons meant, so funny, I'll have to share with my kids. Vacations are great and getting home to familiarity is always a nice end.
You were some of the tourists we thank every year for visiting our little town of West Yellowstone! Sounds like you had a wonderful vacation, and seeing moose is really special. Still, it's always good to get home and back in a rhythm.
What a wonderful vacation full of adventure!
It looks like you had a great vacation.
I love that part of the country. Enjoy getting back to your quilting!
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