MJ was cleaning out some of her items and found these pins she used to wear. She gave them to the girls which they loved.
We then headed out to This is the Place living history museum. But, not until we said' "Cheers!" after breakfast.
We boarded the train
First stop, Brigham Young's farm house
I learned one of the main reasons why Brigham took so many wives to marry (polygamy). It was mostly to protect the women. Back then, women didn't have rights so when they would loose their husband everything they owned, including their children, were turned over to the state. Unless they had a son of age 16 or older, then he would take ownership. Brigham would marry these women, but continue on with his life just so their assets were protected. When they found someone to remarry, he would sign a paper making them legally not married any more and they coul continue their journey through life.
Mat looks like he's taken on some wives himself.
Next, water games
Brigham's homemade donuts
A native American solute
Becket found some goods in the trash can!
And later that evening we head to the hills of Snowbird and Alta
Where we set up camp and spilled Dr. Pepper all over us from the change in altitude.
The music was blaring so we found respite in the woods ...where we also found this......