Then it was time to head north. Ryan remembered hearing about the Brigham City Tabernacle, and from what I could see online, it looked like a cool building and worthy of a look. We couldn't find any specifics on tours, but any website we found said it was open for tours during the summer months.
So imagine our disappointment to find the building locked tight. There were no signs saying tours, or times it might be opened or closed, or anything. So I guess the "tour" was simply us walking around the old building trying all of the doors.
Annie was in quite a bit of ear pain by this time. I snuggled her on the couch for quite a while.
Brandon made us cupcake waffles for dessert while most of the boys were at mutual. Maddie really was more excited about this than her face suggests.
It was a nice way to end our vacation. Christa kicked her boys out of their rooms, so Ryan and I had our own room for the first night in a week. We thoroughly enjoyed it. Brandon and Cody left early for work in the morning, but we were still able to eat breakfast with Christa, little Brandon, Bridger and Dusty before heading out on the last leg of our journey.
We came home to a hot house, the A/C having been off for a week, and a whole lot of weeds. But it was good to be home and in our own beds again.