Founder’s Circle Trip: Day 4

Bright and early, my friend Lynsay Mahon and I packed our water and headed for Snow Canyon State Park. We hit several of the trails, including the Whiterocks and the Butterfly Trail. Here’s a picture of me looking down into one of the holes along the trail side. We actually couldn’t see the bottom of this one!

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The scenery was breathtaking, and this shot was taken from the Whiterocks Trail on the north end of the park, looking away down the West Canyon. If you look right in the center of the picture, there is a red mound of rock–that’s about where we started hiking in the morning.

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Much of the trail was over sand dunes, and this is what I dumped out of my shoe at about the half-way point. Needless to say, I took a lot of sand home in my sneakers!

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After reaching the hotel again, we worked on our Make N Take Projects–REALLY cute (more on those later 😉 using one of our brand new stamp sets. My friend Glenda Travelstead took this picture of us working on projects:

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090922foundersday406As I headed back to my room to get dressed for dinner and our final official event of Founder’s Circle, I couldn’t resist stopping to take this picture. If you’re a stamper, you probably end up with the little backing papers from Stampin’ Dimensionals all over your workspace. Well at my house, they sometimes get tracked all over the whole house–I find them in my bedroom, on the stairs, in the kitchen, etc. I had to laugh when I saw this little paper on the floor in the hallway of the hotel.

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Make no mistake–Stampin’ Up! demonstrators took over that entire hotel–we left our mark 😉

More tomorrow… I still have to share the excitement of the final dinner!

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