S: Church History
BC: On the Road Again
FC: Palmyra New York | Kirtland Ohio | Nauvoo Illinois | Independence and Far West Missouri | Church History
1: Calendar | Palmyra New York Niagara Falls Kirtland Ohio Cedar Point Green field Michigan Battle Creek Michigan Springfield Illinois Nauvoo Independence Missouri
2: Palmyra New York | Palmyra, Is the birth place of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints It holds a special place in the hearts of those who visit these sacred places.
3: Martin Harris Farm | Orange boy | Lake Stone House | Rosida and Clyde Haacke
5: Smith Farm Frame house and Log house window is from Whitmer farm
6: Peter Whitmer Farm
7: As we were eating lunch one of the senior missionaries came by. He joked and talked with us he was very fun. A while later we met him on Hill Chamora and he took a picture of us. Peter Whitmer Farm is where the Church of Jesuse Christ of Latter-Day-Saints was organized. 6th April 1830 | Lunch by a corn field
8: Progress | Sacred Grove
9: Smith Farm
10: Chill and Grill | Time at Camp
11: A treat before we leave | That's a small?
13: It's the Smurfs
14: Kirtland Ohio.. | On the way we saw a sunset over lake Erie and played checkers at the campground
16: John Johnson's Farm
17: Mean Streak | Top Thrill Dragster | Millennium Force | Blue Streak | Iron Dragon | Making plans
18: Fun filled day at Cedar Point
20: Greenfield Village Michigan | Wright brothers Home
22: Richland, Kalamazoo, Michigan | We camped in Battle Creek Michigan close to the area that the Cook family lived.
23: This was Val's favorite museum. it was so well done taking you through the life of Abraham Lincoln | Lincoln Museum
24: Nauvoo Illinois
25: Listening to Joseph Smith in the grove giving the King Follett address
26: Nauvoo Temple | We did baptisms for the dead
27: Heber C. Kimball's home a few of his descendants Having a fun time at the fair braiding cloth and playing games from days gone by.
28: Carthage Jail
29: Walking in town to eat a Mexican dinner
30: Independence Missouri Temple lot Kansas City Temple Far West Temple site
31: Arabian Steamboat Museum This steam boat sunk and was unearthed just recently with all of its contents washed and preserved in this museum