Melody & Jd
Roman Catholic church David''s grandmother and aunts attended.Balanced Rock above David's grandparents' old home in Helper Helper Museum
Dinah's Petra Glyphs
The tiny white dot in the center of the photo is David.
A traveler stopping by the same grocery store
Using His Time
This is the garage that David's Grandpa Max Seppi built for Dave's first car. Max thought cars were nonsince untill his son got an old clunker going. He was so pleased that he built this garage.
Preparing for the Saturday Feast...
Nicklaus w/ Jerry
Abby told us about when his father worked in a Utah coal mine. Each man was paid according to the amount of coal he produced. They knew the scales were rigged. A man would fill the car; push it onto the scales, which would say 700lbs. when it was full and they knew it was 1000lbs. Rockefeller owned the coal mines. When the men were paid they were not paid in cash but special checks that could only be used at the coal Company's grocery store. Sisters who were paid in cash for house cleaning jobs had to sneak groceries from better grocery stores.
They would set the races against each other. If somebody complained against the conditions they were literally thrown out of their home and another race was put into their house. Once the foreman of their mine was asked why this mine had such a grater number of casualties. The response came, "Degos are cheaper than timber."
After the feast...
Melody & Cousin Destiny J
The kids made up their own questions and trivia game drawn on paper table covering.
Jodavid prized meeting new cousins Anna and John David. Karate Lessons Electrical Power Plant of the Past in ghost town, Standard
All of Ida's descendants were there. She is nealy 97 years old.
Dave & Betty's Descendants
Dinah, Esther, Melody
We ladies had a pleasant walk several miles down the hill
from the ghost town at Standard
while the men metal detected.