A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
I remember last year when we got to the Jordan River LDS Temple flower gardens on October 6, hundreds and hundreds of flats of winter flowers were laid out ready to pull the summer flowers. I was able to beat the loss of summer flowers by a day. Today, I got there a day late as most of the largest flower gardens had been transplanted with winter plants. But my wife, who is my chief photo advisor, drove me around the gardens on the edges and I did get over 160 photos. Many will need to be deleted, but what I will show here is a tribute to the hundreds and hundreds of hours of hard work and careful planning that are required to make the Jordan River LDS Temple flower gardens one of the flower show places of the Salt Lake Valley.