Aug 2010 - Overlooking Heber Valley at Sunset with rainbow from summer rain.
Historical grave maker for Hyrum Smith, brother of the founder of the Mormon Church, Joseph Smith. This monument to Hyrum Smith was erected by his descendants in 1918.
Historic grave site of J. Golden Kimball, a prominent and well known leader of The Mormon Church. He serving as a member of the First Council of the Seventy from 1892 until his death in 1938. He is considered one of the most colorful and beloved of the Church's General Authorities. In the years since his death, "Uncle Golden" has become a near legendary character among church members, possibly comparable to what Will Rogers or Mark Twain are to the general American public.
Historic grave site of Orrin Porter Rockwell. Nicknamed Old Port and labeled "the Destroying Angel of Mormondom", during his lifetime he was as famous and controversial as Wyatt Earp or Pat Garrett.
Historic grave site for Gordon B. Hinckley, 15th President of the Mormon Church.
View of the 6th Hole of the Lake Course looking Southeast down Parley's Canyon