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Days on the road

One of the reasons why The Legal Genealogist reserves Saturdays for family stories is that, quite simply, none of us does enough to tell the stories nearest and dearest to us.

And that includes our own stories… the things that go into making us who we are, and that we’d like to have remembered when we’re gone.

And one big part of what I’d like to have people think of me when I’m gone is that I saw as much as I could, left nothing but footprints, and took nothing but photos.

Photos like these, taken just with a cellphone, of my travels last week in southern Utah after the semi-annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Board for Certification of Genealogists. Seeing places that can’t help but recharge the soul…

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Bryce Canyon National Park

Driving between Bryce and Zion

Daybreak at Zion National Park

A different view of Zion off Kolob Reservoir Road

It does the heart so much good to see such beauty that I didn’t even mind as much as I usually do when I had to see this in the window of the departing plane…

Great Salt Lake from the air

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