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Saturday, July 21, 2007

More Nebeker

Here is Jantje Van Komen and Brigham Nebeker's headstone. Below is me with some little flowers we got for the grave. It was very nice to be able to stop and see it again, and I appreciate Doug running to get the flowers.
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These are for you, Grandma! Here are some pictures of Willard from the road and at the cemetary.
Here is Peter Nebeker's headstone. He is the one that came across with Brigham Young.
Here is Agnes Jane Perry and Brigham Nebeker's headstone.
Here is the newest Nebeker headstone - Grandma, I already forgot the name; remind me and I'll change it.
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Rexburg temple

Here is a picture of the Rexburg Temple, still under construction. I heard it should be finished and dedicated next spring. It's lovely, and you can see it from all around the valley because it's on a big hill!
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Mesa Falls

On our way back to Rexburg we took a side route to see Mesa Falls. Given how beautiful Yellowstone was, it's hard to describe how beautifully simple these falls were. They were probably my favorite sight of the entire trip. Yes, that's a rainbow!

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While we were driving through Yellowstone all of a sudden the cars in front of us stopped at a curve in the road. We had no idea what was going on until this buffalo walked around the corner in the middle of the opposite lane! He was followed by three other buffalo, but they were at least walking on the side of the road.
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It's really hard to describe what it's like to stand right next to a waterfall. You can see the water rush over the edge and crash down into the river below. Pictures can't possibly do it justice!

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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone was a truly stunning sight. Here is a view of the canyon with the Yellowstone River flowing through it.
Here are a couple pictures of the falls. Just wait until you see them up close!
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