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Latter Day Saints Temple And Placerville

WEEKEND IS HERE!!  IT'S TIME TO GO FOR A DAY TRIP TO LAKE TAHOE AFTER ALL THE HARD DAYS' WORK... hahahaa...

We started off around 8.30am from the house and stopped by a temple in Folsom called LDS aka Latter Day Saints Temple.
 Up on a hill...
Latter Day Saints Temple...
 Around the vicinity...
 The flowers were beautiful....
Love the weather here... really!

On the way, we passed through a small cowboy town called Placeville.....
Not sure how far is true...
My brother-in-law might be pulling my leg..
He told that this is the place to hangman during the olden days....

*Pictures taken from the moving car hence the blur-ness*


Comments

  1. You look very stylo-mylo in black, and in that scarf.. Woooiiittt !!! Pretty modern leng mama.. Nice weather, nice scenery, nice flowers, and ooohhhh, Buttercup Pantry? Sounds delicious already, like a cupcake place?

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  2. We have their church here, very nice too - I had the photos in my blogposts quite recently.

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  3. flowerrrrrrssss....crazy about them..... so lovely leh. many cant plant here :(

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  4. yay!!! it's weekend and of course you have to put aside the fork and the spade and the shovel etc and go for a little excursion!! Lake Tahoe, I have heard of that.. but before that the church and the little town look nice.. :)

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  5. Folsom, you can visit there next time. You can find many Malaysians there. One of Intel sites is there, a lot of engineers from Intel Penang relo there all the time one...

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  6. The temple is so pretty. And so is the flower bed. Love-shaped is it?? Glad you have a weekend off after all the gardening and go enjoy your sight-seeing. ^^

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  7. I love those pretty flowers! I have never been to Lake Tahoe, so await your pics and opinions. It must be beautiful!

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  8. What an enjoyable weekend! The flowers are sooooo beautiful!!! At first glance I thought that looks like a hangman's place....maybe your brother-in-law not pulling your leg after all...hahaha....

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  9. I love the flowers! Even the flowers that grow by the sidewalk are so pretty.

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  10. So quiet and relaxing there. My mom must been enjoying the trip!

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  11. The flowers are so colourful and pretty. This pretty girl Claire made the photo even more beautiful.

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