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The link to the Stake Activity, held on June 29, 2018 is:
Stake Activity 2018 06 29: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AlyKj1rju8-Wh5RkJOHXLgJw5HGpuQ
There is something about water that is irresistible to a young child. It is cold, fluid and there is an unlimited supply. All of it equals fun. Learning about these things while in the forest is a valuable part of education. I remember spending may hours digging little trenches in the dirt and running water water down the miniature ditches. We built dams and carefully watch as they failed. It was useful information when, as a teenager, I flood irrigated field of grain and sugar beets.
Logan said he could lift a pole that held up part of the shelter. I didn’t believe him, but, look, he actually did it! (With a little help from photoshop.)
Last week, I went on drive through Yellowstone with the Tatlows and Lewis’s. It was a great trip.
Our church held an outdoor activity at the Larsen Farm.
While out cruising for photographs, I found this amazing place near Provo, Utah. Someone is collecting old gas station and gas pumps. This is just a small portion of what he has on display.