While waiting for Honu's tire rotation at Les Schwab in Provo, Utah, we had the privilege of meeting Elder Wright who was having his truck serviced.
Elder Wright has traveled extensively. He and his wife have actually lived in Fiji for 1 1/2 year as church elders. It was interesting to compare and find out that we shared many common experiences. An accomplished man with an engaging personality, Elder Wright told us that he found Fijians to be very nice and friendly. Their non-materialistic attitude towards life seemed to have left an indelible impression on him.
Angela at Les Schwab gave us the names of two local restaurants for lunch. Unfortunately, the Italian restaurant was closed. More for convenience, we walked into Noodle King next door advertising authentic Vietnamese Noodles.
The hot Pho served as comfort food on a blustery day.
The property adjacent to this KOA campground is a small marsh land. At times I have counted a dozen or more small horses grazing in the swampy habitat. J.J. believes the horses belong to someone, but they seem so carefree that they remind me of wild Camargue horse in Southern France.
Aloha -- Cathi