Pine Valley and Tuacahn Ampitheatre

Still on Wednesday! After the house, the temple, lunch and a quick trip into Joann's (fabric sourcing) we took a scenic drive out to Pine Valley. On Anne's wall is a painting of a small church which still exists in this quaint little community.

From one side of the red rock cliffs to snow dusted mountains, the scenery certainly is a treat. As we came into Pine Valley, having climbed in altitude, the hills are covered with more snow and there is still plenty of the white sparkly stuff on houses and shaded yards.

 

Now before I go on, I must share the painting as painted by Roland Lee in 1987.

 

Here, today hidden amongst the now grown pine trees is this little hidden gem built in 1868. According to the National Register of Historic Places, it was designed after the New England chapel pattern by Ebenezer Bryce, a ship builder who said he was building it like a ship.

 

Back in the car when clear across the other side of town through Snow Canyon up through some beautiful estates and can I just say, some very spectacular bronze art on the roundabouts!

 

Here we ended up at the Tuacahn Ampitheatre, all natural, red rock backdrop. Tiered seating and stage, home to the Performing Arts College, this place would be an awesome acoustic experience for concerts, plays and more.

 

Another great day!

Kat xo

 

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