I spent last week in Utah. I flew down on Saturday afternoon and stayed with my family in Roy until Sunday. Jake and family drove me to Provo to my hotel. I was there for four days of software training. While I learned a lot of what I needed to for my job I'm not going to write about that. How boring! However, the highlight of the week was making two new friends, Dawn from New Jersey, and Scott from Texas. The three of us hung out together from the first day of training until they dropped me off at the airport on Thursday night. We tore up the town in Provo, and did manage to get in a little bit of nature during our attempts to find alcohol. The proof is below...
Provo Canyon--the green and cooler temps were a nice change from Vegas.
Here is Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon. Pictures don't do it justice.
Scott and Dawn were a blast to hang out with. We had a lot of laughs!
and Alan have lived in Las Vegas since December of 2006. We moved from Seattle for Alan's job and we love the desert life! It's fun to be able to play tennis year-round or golf or go check out some cool red rocks. There is so much more to do here than go to "the strip".
I have never been much of a writer (or photographer for that matter), but decided a blog would be a good way to share with my friends and family what has been going on in the desert. However, I am now hooked on reading random blogs and it's been fascinating. I have even made some cyber and real life friends from my blog! Life is good!