@IA Cougar, I dont think it has anthing at all to do with having a hard time
traveling a half hour to St. George. My guess is it has to do with St. George
being full most of the time.
My deceased husbands family is from there and they are talking about a family
reunion when it is built. This will be great for Cedar City and the towns north
of there and nearby.
Will be a great blessing for Cedar City. I must admit being amused at how hard
it seems for some to travel a whole half hour (Cedar City to St George) when we
drive two hours to get to our temple here in Iowa. We were thrilled to get
Winter Quarters which shrunk the drive from six hours to two. Living in Utah
with hundreds of thousands of members does have advantages. But we love Iowa!
It is always thrilling to hear of new temples regardless of where they go.
I am very excited about the temple for Rio. It was the most populous city in
Latin America that did not yet have a temple.
Two places very close to my heart. Great news.
So excited for Cedar City (and Rio). Can't wait to attend the Cedar open
house and dedication. My family members in Cedar City are humbled and rejoice
today. Thank you, Thank you!
"Yay" for Rio, too!!! ;^)
Yay for Cedar City