After the open house we took the opportunity to take photos around the temple again. I took the opportunity to photograph as many small details as I could, with the hope that they would help me to build an updated model of the remodeled temple.Continue reading “Boise Idaho Temple, 3 November 2012 (Late)”
We had come up for the Open House of the newly remodeled temple, and had stayed the night at an old rundown motel nearby. These photos were taken the morning of our tour of the temple, while we were waiting for our session of the open house to begin.Continue reading “Boise Idaho Temple, 3 November 2012 (Early)”
We came up just for the Open House. 5+ hours of drive time, with two kids in the car, one of them under two years in age. Yeah, we can be kinda nuts about these trips.
I ran into a young couple while taking these shots. From a distance I watched the young man propose. I was able to email them a bunch of photos of the event. It was nice.Continue reading “Boise Idaho Temple, 2 November 2012”
Another stop on another epic Temple trip. This was a quick stop over, mainly to be able to say we stopped there.
The sun had set, but it was overcast. The lights were starting to come on, but we still had a long ways to go. Besides, it’s hard to top the sunset images I took back the previous December.Continue reading “Boise Idaho Temple, 16 March 2009”
Part of the Second Epic Temple Trip, we managed to arrive at the Bountiful Utah Temple right as the sunrise was working its way down the tower.Continue reading “Bountiful Utah Temple, 16 March 2009”
Part of the First Road Trip my wife and I ever took together. Despite the absolute biting cold we had encountered the day before, the weather here was not that bad.
We had planned from here to continue on over up into Oregon and Washington to visit family. However, closed mountain passes, plus a car that was weirdly only overheating when the exterior temp was below freezing, caused us to turn back.Continue reading “Boise Idaho Temple, 30 December 2008”
My First visit to Albuquerque New Mexico Temple was with a friend who I was helping move some stuff from Utah to El Paso.
The area around the temple at the time was well void of any other buildings. It was easy to find the temple once you were in the neighborhood. At the time It stood nearly alone, with just another Chapel for another Church across the road and down the street. As I drove the main road north of it, heading east, suddenly it was there, apparently alone in the middle of the field. That’s the way I remember it anyway.Continue reading “Albuquerque New Mexico, 13 January 2006”