This is my second scavenger hunt. I enjoyed taking photos last month with a subject. Linking up with Postcards from P.P.
Woke up to a fresh coat of snow.
From my grandma C, tin of buttons.
Square picture frame holding delicate
handmade lace from England
showing the Father and His Son Jesus
appearing to Joseph Smith in
Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City
6. street name
How many signs can you put on one post?
Whoever owns this place, they keep adding old 1930s trucks. There must be at least 10 of them there similar to the one in front of the pumps.
taken from the Diary of William W. Meguire
April 30, 1845: The Nauvoo Temple was dedicated to the Lord (30 April 1846). The meeting continued for four days. The exodus of the saints from Nauvoo is continuing.
May 13: Margaret Tweed came to live with us.
May 27: Robert Wright started from Nauvoo with a load, part his, Bushman’s, Kearn’s and mine.
June 9: Col. Williams now warned the saints to leave Nauvoo and the vicinity so as to vacate by the 15th.
June 12: Charlotte Meguire and Margaret Tweed started with Perry Whitlock with two wagonloads.
June 14: Brother Kearnes and Bushman, and I started and crossed the Mississippi River. Traveled to the west two miles and camped till June 27; traveled to the farm of Bonnel and brothers (about 18 miles west of Nauvoo). A large camp of Mormons were here to harvest grain, Bonnels having 530 acres to harvest, gave $1.25 per acre, part cash and one-half store pay for putting grain into shorts. I earned some over $10 harvesting. I got my lame leg hurt and was unable to use it for three weeks.
September 1: I started from Bonnels with several others and traveled to four miles beyond Buonapart and camped September 10-12. The burning of houses, etc. by mobs out from Nauvoo commenced in September.
September 16: Frank Worrell was shot.
September 17: Three others were shot.
Mid September: Brother Anderson and his son were killed. About the middle of September, Nauvoo was taken by the mob.
October 7: John Neff, Julian and James Moses, Alexander Stanley, and myself with our families started for Winter Quarters (Council Bluffs).
October 11: Irwin Whitlock was very sick.
October 12th: Eliza Bushman died. Martin Bushman, John Ely with their families (of our company) turned back.
October 14th: Irwin Whitlock started for Missouri.
October 19th: Hetty Bushman died.
October 20th: Bushman stayed behind.
October 23: Broke my wagon wheel tire.
October 24th: I got within 1½ miles of the Missouri River;
25th, I crossed the river and traveled two miles.
November 15: Old Brother Murphy (Burphy?) was shot by the mob at Lima.
Arrived at Winter Quarters (Council Bluffs, Iowa) October 26, 1846
12. Half a face
from the Blue Lemon