Zion National Park

Yeeeaaah, thas right y’all! P-Town or bus’ my frennnz.

We started out at our house, went straight for 6 blocks, turned left, went straight for about 2.5 miles, turned right, went straight for about 30 miles, turned left, went straight for another 20ish miles, and found ourselves in Provo.
But it was worth it.
We distributed these lovely flyers all over the town:
We also visited the courthouse. It’s a lovely building that I’ve never really appreciated before. It’s historic for one thing, and the bathrooms are wonderful for another. They are clean and good-smelling, and there’s no heckling for not buying anything.
Where to pee in Provo? The courthouse on Main Street.
In the afore-lauded bathrooms, I found a program for the funeral of Truman Madsen (!!!), which happened to be taking place across the street in the Provo Tabernacle:
The Provo Tabernacle is the beautiful building in the background of this picture, which unfortunately is blocked by a large, ugly Travelodge sign.
(notice the people dressed in black, waiting at the crosswalk. Funeral-goers, they be!)
We were enough to plaster some flyers on some main street billboards, but (alas), not bold enough to take pictures of them.
We then took some to the Provo Visitor’s Center, BYU, Wyview Creamery (where we were turned down), windshield wipers of cars parked in front of Wyview Creamery, Macey’s (where we were turned down, windshield wipers of cars parked in front of Macey’s, a photographer’s place–Doug Martin’s Photography (I think…), Sierra West (awesome place! go there for all of your jewelry needs!), windshield wipers of cars parked at Wendy’s, and the Enterprise car rental in Spanish Fork. Not bad, eh?
At Wendy’s, we thought that this was cool:
Nutrition facts of the calorific treats at Wendy. The medium Frosty was so worth all of its 400-odd calories.
And to end on a more health-conscious note, Pat and I are headed to Zion’s National Park in a few days. So stay tuned!!