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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Capital Reef Visitor Center and more

The Visitor Center at Capital Reef National Park is always worth a visit, so we decided to stop by this morning. It was very busy, which is good news for the local economy.

Here is Nancy for her June 2010 appearance:


I decided to take a couple of interior photos today, here is the first; nice wall display.


This is standing about the same place, showing the people in the shop over the nice topographical map of Capital Reef National Park.


Yesterday, going through some photos looking for something else, I came across these two photos of our first visit to Capital Reef National Park, in 1964 - 46 years ago, Annette...:


And, the second one...  ;-)


Memories.... Annette and Allison with Nancy

Back to today, we drove back into Torrey, and ate sandwiches at Slacker's Burger Joint:


Finally, driving back through Teasdale, noticed this little old store... not used for a while, it appears...


It was a very good day!  ;-)

1 comment:

Allison said...

That last picture of the empty store..mmm...might make for a good bookstore ;-) hehehe