Adventures from the past

At BYU I have been the stage manager for the Young Ambassadors, a singing and dancing troupe, and each spring over the past couple of years, I have traveled with them to faraway places. As we have started our spring performance season with a show in Idaho last week and shows in Salt Lake City, Iowa and Illinois, I have reminisced about the past adventures with this group.

The historic Bryggen waterfront district in Bergen, Norway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

This time last year I was traveling across the Nordic lands with stops in four countries and more than ten cities. The year before, we were traveling around Australia with almost 20 performances in nine cities. I have recently started making a scrapbook of last year’s tour and thought I would share some photos of that wonderful adventure.

Collage of the BYU Young Ambassador tour to the Nordic countries in May 2009 including pictures from Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

Bertel Thorvaldsen's Christus and 12 Apostles in the The Church of Our Lady in Copenhagen, Denmark.

While I’m at it, here is the collage I created after our tour to Australia in May 2008.

Australia May 2008 Young Ambassador tour collage with images from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra, Tasmania and everywhere in between.

These collages and scrapbooks are my way of remembering and preserving the grand adventures I’ve had for myself and my family. How do you preserve your adventures?

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