The Reunion Started with a Sealing Session, Friday Morning at 10 AM at the Salt Lake Temple.
After the session we met down in the Cafeteria for breakfast/ lunch, and visited for a while.
I couldn't find my car in the parking lot when it was time go, I knew the Level and the section, but it wasn't there, and the aisle didn't look familiar. I knew it was at the top of a short dead end ramp. I was fortunate that a lady that was just getting ready to leave offered to drive me around til we found my car. I was very grateful, because I'm not sure I would have found it.
I was about an hour late Friday night, so I missed some of the evening meeting. I was there in time to see a great slide show/ virtual tour of places that were important to the Workman family,by Larry Streadbeck, and a presentation about the Old Fort by Janene Brown.
One piece of exciting information,I missed when it was first talked about is that the 2010 reunion will be held in Nauvoo,Ill.
There were Brownies and Milk for refreshment at the end and lots more time for visiting.
Saturday Morning started early, with a wonderful dutch oven breakfast at Jordan Park on 9th W & 10th S.
I was due there at 6:30 t0 help but somehow didn't get my phone set correctly and didn't wake up until 6 AM,that combined with my inability to drive straight to ANYWHERE, I was late. I felt bad, since I hate being late,especially when I agreed to help.
Breakfast was headed up by Mark Workman & consisted of ham, butter, hash browns, cheese, eggs, onions and mushrooms,cooked in a cast iron pot,with coals under it and on top of it. It was very good..
After breakfast everyone who wanted to played games, including a sack race.
Our next activity was a tour of some of the interesting Workman sites led by Mark Workman
We saw the lot (now Vacant) where John Workman's cabin was.
Then off to the Mormon Battalion monument on the state capital grounds.
Our next stop was the Brigham Young Cemetery Park.
Our last stop was First Encampment Park and the homes of Wilford Woodruff.
I've put all of the reunion pictures in an album that you can see at: