Utah trip

We just returned from Utah for Kenzie’s high school graduation. It was a great trip.  We had some difficulty on the way and had to replace our alternator and battery in Salt Lake City.  We were fortunate that it happened in SLC and not some remote part of Oregon.

I was able to ride Corner Canyon with Steve Holland.  The altitude kicked my butt this time, but it was a blast to ride Vertigo.

The kids saved their money so we could go to Tucano’s.  We embarrassed Kenzie and Sidnee for their graduations.

I was able to ride with Mike Both on Monday. We hit the old stomping grounds at Eagle Mountain.

I was able to ride Jackrabbit, Roadrunner, and Deadwood, as well as new trials like Nirvana, Given To Fly and Creed. I miss the Eagle Mountain trail system.

Shawn Peck and I were able to ride in Eagle Mountain as well. That was a lot of fun.

Jaxon wanted to go to Timpanogos and Provo City Center Temples, and we made that happen.

Mark Flickinger made it home before we left, so we were able to ride Corner Canyon. We ended on Rush, and it was a blast.

We got to spend time with Raven and Bryon and met their dog Storm. He was a cool dog.

DeLana was able to play basketball a few times. We got to watch softball games and eat pizza. The time with family is never long enough, but we had a great time. We wish we had more time to see other friends, but we accomplished the family and Temple goals we had. This was a great family trip with many tender mercies.

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