Friday, August 17, 2007

Finally a place to live

I have had my new job for 2 weeks now and I finally found a place to rent. It is a older home that I would guess is 60 or 70 years old. Andrea and the kids will move down with me this weekend.

The kids should like it, it has a in ground trampoline and there is plenty of places to explore. It has a little play house made of 2x4 and plywood.

Andrea got a job as well working at Snow College. Andrea graduated from Snow with a degree in early childhood development. She will be not only teaching children of faculty members of the school, but she will also be teaching those college students working on the same degree. I am really proud of her, she went in for the interview and they hired her on the spot.

We also have decided to build a home in Moroni and we will rent until it is finished. It will be on a lot with very few neighbors. Finding lots in this little town is kinda hard to find cause even though there are empty lots all over, they are usually owned by the person that owns the next to them.
Non of those lot are for sale because there are no signs, but I have also walked up to some of the houses and asked if they knew who owned the lots and it was either themselves or someone else and the did not want to sell. I guess that is there way of keeping people from crowding them.

Here is the lot that we will build on.

Here is a view from the lot and don't mind those pesky building in the way.

Sunday, August 12, 2007


Well after my first week I really like the new job and I really like the area especially. There are 4 or 5 towns and the largest one is about the 2500 people and everyone knows each other. I have posted pictures of my new commute.

5 pm work traffic.