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I spent my Sunday afternoon at the house of my former student’s parents.
It’s been about three weeks since I last gone somewhere and I’m starting to miss it.
If you are wondering what I did for my Labor day, it’s absolutely nothing.
This is a recent photo on my Instagram which I haven’t updated in about a week. I’m just so tired that my eyes are struggling to stay open. This week has been way too long. Please let this Friday pass quick and painless.
Note: I wrote this right before bed on August 28, 2017.
My aunt thought it was interesting of how the lady manage to balance herself on a board in the middle of the lake. Apparently, she had never seen a paddle board before.
Here is one of my favorite photo from my Sunday trip to Mirror Lake.
As I noted in yesterday’s post, I was day-tripping to Mirror Lake, which is a large lake in Wasatch National Forest, about 80 miles from Salt Lake City and about 30 miles to the Utah-Wyoming border.
I love waterfalls.
Happy Friday! We made it, yay!!!
Hi, everyone, just want to wish the readers in the U.S. a happy Fourth of July.
I took another day trip yesterday. This time, the destination was Golden Spike National Historic Site.
What a view, right?
This is one of my favorite photos from the Dinosaur National Monument which I visited last Saturday.
Dictionary.com defined the word, transient, as not lasting, enduring, or permanent.
As some of you know from yesterday’s post, I went on a day trip to Dinosaur National Monument which is located on the border of Utah and Colorado.
I went on a hike yesterday (Sunday). It was a trail I wanted to do for a long time all because the name is quite intriguing – Waterfall Canyon.
I went on a hike yesterday with my aunt even though it was 90-some degrees hot.
I love this topic of Reflection and Mirror Images and not because I have photos to show for it
As I mentioned in a previous post, my aunt and I spent a night earlier this month strolling around Downtown Salt Lake, admiring the lights it’s put on for the holiday.
The Utah State Capitol recently celebrated 100th year since its completion in 1916.
Friday, second of December, was a super chilly night but there we were,