In other news, we've been following the creator of Nosatsu Junkie on Twitter, and she tweets about her cat a lot, and it all sounds so familiar♥
In other other news, here are more pictures.
I kind of went crazy with the photography at Big Thunder Mountain. I didn't think I was that much into the Wild West, but the scenery on this ride is just fascinating. I took six pictures just while we were in line! (But there are only five here, because Donald was in one of them. We talked to him today; maybe we should have asked if he minds having his picture on the internet. Oh well.)
I thought I was done taking pictures of the mine shaft until I saw where the elevator takes you.
This was a really good view of Big Thunder itself.
Now, when we got on the ride, I kind of stole the idea from Donald, but I thought it would be neat to try and photograph the scenery, since it's really really pretty, and you don't normally get a lot of time to look at it, with the train being a runaway and all.
This is one of the ones where I decided to point the camera in a random direction and see what came out.
The girls behind me didn't point out the hidden Mickey until after I took this picture and it was already too late to get it. I'll have to get it next time.
You can't tell because of the autumn leaves behind it, but the goat has a stick of dynamite in its mouth. I might have to try this shot again in the spring. Or summer. Or maybe late winter. Y'know. Some time when the leaves aren't the same color as the dynamite.
I could probably have gotten these buildings from the line, but not from so close up.
Today I'm thankful for people in the congregation agreeing that it's a good idea to have the men stand behind the women in the choir, getting "vitamins" from the bishop today ("vitamins" is code for "candy"), getting rides to and from church today (it's so much harder now that we're going to choir practices), the fantastic sacrament meeting we had, and the sweet wholesome goodness of Frosted Mini Wheats.