Right after Faye's Party, we had company fly in from the Great White North. Aunt Gin and Mckay! This was Mckay's first time visiting Utah, so we made a list of things he wanted to see and began ticking them off. Number one on the list was to visit Temple Square. In attempts to be efficient, we took Trax down town since Mckay had never been on a train.
Waiting at the train station. Note the smoke in the back ground! Gotta love wild fire season.
Faye was happy to bring her new Sophia toy and her new necklace on the journey.
We have proof of the train ride!
Me and Auntie Gin.
Faye and her Grandma, whom she loves more than life itself (even though her smile doesn't show it.)
Mom got so many great shots around the temple; Conference morning worthy kind of shots.
Faye sure loves her Uncle Reed.
Surprisingly there were no weddings while we were down town, so we took advantage of the pedestal in front of the temple.
I love taking extended family down to temple square. It's so much fun to tell them about the buildings, our pioneer heritage, and about the basics of our beliefs.
After our fill of admiring the temple and the visitor centers, we nipped over to City Creek for some lunch. Faye was almost excited about the water areas.
Reed and Mckay were good sports as we ladies talked and walked, continually dragging them around down town. Finally, Faye was loudly hinting her need for a nap. We rode the train home and enjoyed a quiet afternoon from that point on.