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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Impatient and Curious!

I am a naturally curious and impatient person... So, obviously it isn't easy for me to wait. For anything.

Especially wonderful temples.

Over the last couple weeks, I have snapped some photos of ANY movement over on THE lot.

This is the normal view from my back yard of the temple site. See the buildings in the left top corner? When the temple is built, it will sit just kitty-corner of those buildings.

It facinates me that even though this land is close to being torn up, the owners aren't wasting any chance to use it. They care for it well and  are harvesting often. I think its hay in these fields but being a pure bred city girl, I really have no idea.

I wonder how often this farmer has had crazy ladies snapping photos from over a cinderblock wall...
I was kinda embarassed.

So, tonight, I noticed this. And being overly curious had to grab my camera.
What are people doing at night time in THE field??

Here is another shot -- without the flash -- turned out much better and
once I zoomed in, I could see there were cars. So I did what any naturally curious and impatient person would do... loaded the kids in the car and went to see what was going on.

I don't know if you can see the trucks and stuff here, but it was a gathering of some sort. About the time I snapped this, with my flash of course, Hubby called me. He had driven by and said it looked like a fireside and I better not disturb anyone. Oh boy. So, my best guess, is that it was a family thing with the current owners (the deed hasn't been transferred yet) and here I was flashing pictures of a private event. Nice, huh?

Anyway, there you have it. The latest photos.
Wish it were more, but trust me, as soon as I know, I will let you all know!

UPDATE 1-26-10
So I was chatting with my Eye Doctor a couple days ago at my annual eye exam. He happens to be LDS and happened to tell me of a fireside the youth in the ward did a couple months back. Yup, you guessed it. A fireside for their youth on the spot for the new temple... and I was taking pictures. Nice, Kathy. Nice.