Just as my shift was ending, Kayla and Jeremy arrived. We walked the boys around through a few booths, went and saw Brother Booher in the Chinook helicopter and took pictures. Skylar then tried the slides, and really did a good job of it. Jeremy had to go to work so they left early.
We had to move our spot in the shade for the helicopter takeoff. It was cool, but also very windy and dusty. I had gathered up our cups of iceies. Tony says the blew away and hit a girl. I hope the ice didn't spill on her. The Chinook took off over our heads and toppled us all over the place.
We were only somewhat interested in the concerts. I found my way back to the memorials during the concerts. The concert that most interested us was Lincoln Brewster. However the only song I really identified with was "Hallelujah." They sang what they called a new song "Oxygen." "I need you more than anything. I need you more than oxygen."
We though we would enjoy the "Fire Dance" but much of this was not on stage, so we couldn't see it well. The fireworks started promptly at 9:30. They were very nice. A lot of lower fireworks, which were good as we had a very good view.
It was a good day. Saw Brother Booher and his wife Dacia, Sister Goodwin, The Browns, Brother and Sister Zepeda. The Petersens briefly.