Here are pictures of the house, a Brigham Young interpreter, and some of the house furnishings.
For lunch we stopped at a unique cafe that was formally a gas station and grocery store that was built in 1879.
Our next stop was the home of Jacob Hamblin who was an early pioneer who was a missionary to the Indians. He has the distinction of being in the Cowboy Hall of Fame for having the most documented miles riding a horse.
After checking into the condo, where we will be for the next few days, we unpacked, rested and went to the Golden Arches for a hamburger.
We then went to the Tabernacle to see a musical program. These are presented each Friday night and tonight was the group, Grace Notes. They are 6 women who sang for an hour a variety of patriotic and religious songs. A wonderful way to end the evening.