Monday, December 28, 2009

Lights with Friends

Monday after we had been settled in (sort of) We made sure our house was clean because Brittany and Dillon Woodard were coming over to go with us to see the lights. They drove up to see our new place and of course they loved it. We took traks up, while we were on the train there was this crazy drunk guy who was sitting behind us saying stuff to us. I'm just glad there wasn't just me and Britt, and that Chase and Dillon were there.


 When we got up to Salt Lake this was the first thing we saw. You would have expected us to have been in batman or something since it looked like this.

Both these pictures look almost unreal. But they are in fact completely real! Because I saw Chase take these pictures.
The air quality is SO bad in Salt Lake.

Here's the first picture we took while walking into temple square.

Us freezing our bums

Then Brittany and Dillon freezing

The lights were so pretty

Chase always does an awesome job at taking pictures.

The nativity set out on the water. So pretty.

I was looking up because it looked like Brittany wasn't going get us in it.

Such a cute couple

Chase wanted to be dorky and stick out his arms, then Dillon knew it wouldn't be symmetrical so he put his arms out.

Then finally a nice one. Don't we all look so cute!

We had a lot of fun up there. We realized what time it was when we got finished looking at the lights. I thought the lights turned off at 10pm. But they were still on after 11pm. We went to the train stop and waited for 15 minutes for the Sandy train to come. We got on one train thinking it was the Sandy train. But then it turned and started going up to the U. We got off at the first stop, and jumped on the next train back to the Gallivan Center. A whole crowd of people got off the train with us. Apparently they had gotten on the wrong train too. Then the conductor of the train that just dropped us off at the Gallivan Center told us to make sure we knew which train to get on before we got on it. All I had to say was shut up lady! Because all it said on the front of the train was Salt Lake. It didn't say University or Sandy. All I have to say is that they need to be more clear on what trains are going where. At least that's how the do it out in D.C. They make sure you know what train you're getting on before you get on it. Maybe next time it will be better.

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