We had a tight-shipped plan of how we were going to make the 13 hour roundtrip to the pagaent, Niagara Falls, and some of the big Mormon Church historical sites on a weekend. Then Cam managed to weasel his way out of work on Friday as well, which turned out to be both nice and totally necessary.
We left in the morning, and Wes sang to himself for a large majority of the first 4 hours, and then crashed and we enjoyed a little quiet on our scenic drive around the finger lakes to the Peter Whitmer Farm. Which was... amazingly small. I had completely forgotten how many events happened there, such as the organization of the LDS Church, and most of the translation of the Book of Mormon... which is really a disproportionate number of historically awesome things per square footage.
Token family picture to prove I was there. This is at the Cooper's Shop at the Smith Family Farm outside Palmyra, NY.
The stage at sunset.
Bedtime gets a post of it's own coming up next....