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This blog is a record of events in the life of Joseph Taggart and his family since his spinal cord injury while body surfing in Guatemala in January 2006.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

To Market, To Market. . .

Denny and Elizabeth Return
Last Saturday Elizabeth and the Bird girls returned from their Caribbean cruise and Denny and the Bird guys returned from their Alaskan fishing trip. The girls enjoyed beautiful weather and loads of fun, including prizes in the big show as Elizabeth and Brooke were singing in the ships big extravaganza as 'Britney and Madonna' (see photo above right).

Denny, his Grandfather, Dad and brothers were rained-on continually and roughing it, but caught some pretty big fish. Tim is helping out by assisting in the eating part.

Gloria and Tim miss the grandkids now they are back home.

Farmer's Market
Gloria went up to Logan Friday and Saturday so Tim and Joseph decided Saturday morning it was time for another adventure. Off they went to Salt Lake's Pioneer Park to the weekly Farmers Market. It exceeded all expectations. With lots of artwork, crafts, produce, and foods, it was a great way to enjoy the great weather and spend an interesting morning.

Tim and Joseph enjoyed Jamaican barbecued chicken shish-kabab early and later the Sudanese food was perfect for lunch. If you are local and haven't been, go and enjoy it. (check it out at: http://www.downtownslc.org/events/farmersmarket/farmersmarketinfo.htm).

Joseph really enjoyed some of the great photographers exhibiting their work and some of the craft items including the licence plate map of the US and the wooden Harley 'rocking horse'.

Upcoming LSAT Tests
Next Saturday morning, beginning early, Joseph takes the LSAT test. Prayers are appreciated.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Harley is awesome! You guys find the most interesting local places to go. I'm always amazed at how many there are! You should start some kind of tour group where people can pay 20 bucks or so for the "surprise adventure of the week," where they just sign up and get taken on some new and interesting adventure to a place or event that they weren't aware of.

--Maria

Oct 5, 2008, 12:48:00 PM  

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