Turquoise tepee

Here’s the world-famous Turquois Tepee, of Williams, Arizona.  Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam and part of my famous Motel Sign and Vacation series.  Although, come to think of it, I don’t think that was a motel.  Still, there’s a hotel across the street and that’s close enough.  The categorization stands.

No posts the last couple of days.  Missed Friday because it was my off day and seemed like the weekend.  Missed Monday because I wasn’t feeling well and stayed home from work, so it seemed like the weekend too.  Sort of.

Not much to report, though.  Watched most of general conference, which was nice.  Lots of good preachin’.

Also hit a bucket of golf balls on Friday morning, as planned.  I’m pleased to report that I’m not a whole lot worse than I was five or six years ago, even though I haven’t even picked up a club in that time.  In fact, I think I may have made a bit of a breakthrough towards the end of the session.  We’ll see if it takes the next time I go out there.  Which might have to be at least a few weeks, since I really messed up the skin on one of my fingers – got a blister and burst it, and now there’s a patch of very raw skin.  I guess I could wear a couple of band-aids.  Yeah, that’s it.

Anyway.  Didn’t do much else, other than watch conference on TV.  We did go to the Smiths’ house on Sunday morning for a very nice breakfast and the watch the first Sunday session on their big-screen TV.  Very big-screen TV.  It has a beautiful picture.  Although the conference broadcast on BYU TV didn’t seem to be in High-definition, strangely.  Still, it was the same anyway.

Things are fine at work – they hardly noticed I wasn’t there yesterday.  I’ll have to do something to make them miss me a bit more when I’m not there.  Must be needed these days, no?

And that’s about it for tonight.  I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this shocking food violence news: banana battle!

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Turquoise tepee”

  1. Mark Says:

    So when they say monkey business…?

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