This adventure started at the Library at church. Zac is one of the ward Librarians, so Karl and I were in there so I could get ready for my lesson that day. Zac was saying that he thought that they never got out of the apartment, with us. I said, “that’s not true, we are making Salsa tomorrow, well, I guess we are doing that in the apartment. We could bike down to the lake and make it there.” There was a moments pause, and I can’t remember if it was Zac or Karl who said it, but some one decided to take it to the next level. Which was, making salsa, ON the lake, in canoes. It was an awesome idea.
So Zac and Krysta got the canoes at the ORC (Outdoor Resource Center) where Zac works. We got them all tied to Logan’s car, and headed out to Utah Lake.
The problem was…it was getting dark. When we got their a really mean lady told us that we couldn’t go out on the lake because we didn’t have enough light, or proper lights on for our boats. We left, kind of disheartened. There was some discussion of just doing it another day, but I thought there had to be another body of water we could do it on…
While we were in full Salsa making swing, some friends of ours from the ward, Clarissa and Josh Haycock (The RS pres and a member of the Bishopric) arrived at the park to practice casting for am upcoming fishing trip. Zac borrowed the rod to catch some lime in the Arctic ocean.