So forever it seems, I've heard about this place...
This just opened in our area a few months ago.
Before that, you pretty much had to be in Utah to eat there.
So I never did.
So today Den and I needed to stay out of
our house for awhile so we tried it out.
It was like walking into Mormon land.
They were everywhere.
Some we knew, some we didn't. But we could tell.
And lots of babies.
But most of those went outside on the patio with their Moms.
I met a set of 14 month old twins, Tyler and Kiera.
First, Den saw his friend Masa Hanamaikai and his wife.
Den worked with him in the stake back in his Corona days.
Then I said, "Hey there's Jake!" (my nephew there in the blue jacket)
I heard some women sitting near us
talking about their visiting teaching.
Den calls out to me, "Look! There's Tracy Fairbanks!"
We home teach her.
Then while we were eating suddenly my niece McKenzie appears before my face.
Later Den says, "Your sister Robin came with her, Look!"
By then McKenzie was back with her so he only got the right side of her face.
As we were sitting in the car, ready to leave Den rolled down his window to talk to this family,
who we had never seen before and didn't know.
"Funny how being in there feels like we are in Provo."
To which the unknown man replied,
"They just need to throw a little snow out here."
Just so you'll know, it's not like we are all from a small town.
And it's not like this place is exactly right near us.
It's probably a 20-25 min drive from our home.
And it's not like we were there all afternoon, 45 minutes tops.
I almost forgot to show our food
The vinaigrette dressing was the BEST I've ever had.
I will go back again just for that.
Or maybe just to see who walks in next.
As we were driving home I got this text from my sister Robin: