We had a kiosk preview today. They are currently remodeling the Church History Museum. One of the features will be an interactive kiosk featuring my photos. Once open, you’ll have to visit Salt Lake City and tour the museum. (The museum is located across the street from Temple Square next to the Family History Center.)
We arrived a little early and met Sariah and Nathaniel at temple Square. I gave each of the kids a db walton shirt. Nathaniel’s was about the only one that fit well, the others were a little big on the girls.
They went up to the Christus Room and trying to get a picture of the three of them was like herding cats. If one was looking, another was sporting an attitude. So, the above is the best of all of them.
I met with the CSM Missionary folks, in person, for our weekly phone call. After that, I met one of the guys from the History Library who gave us a demo of the kiosk. (In the picture above you can see a picture of Hill Cumorah I shot and what will become the kiosk screen.)
From there it was off to the Joseph Smith Memorial building were we had lunch.
After lunch, I took a couple parting shots of the grandchildren. They wanted to do a “funny” picture, so I asked them to show me some attitude. They did that very well.
Finally, I asked them to give Nathaniel a hug and face the camera. I love the results. I already miss them.
A trip to Salt Lake City is not complete without a picture of the temple.
On the way to the airport, we stopped at See’s Candy so I could pickup a year’s supply of Bordeaux chocolates. Okay, it probably won’t last a year, but I have vowed to only eat one a day.