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Published: Wednesday, June 11 2014 7:42 p.m. MDT

Updated: Wednesday, June 11 2014 7:42 p.m. MDT

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Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

With the frequency of Temple construction it would seem a website would be a much better option than a printed book. Printed materials of Temples, unless it's the one you attend, was getting outdated 25 years ago.

Speaking of Temple pictures, I'm having trouble finding a large framed print of the London Temple. Any ideas where I can buy one? Maybe I should just fly over and do it myself!

The Wraith
Kaysville, UT

@Johnny Triumph

When my father got home from his mission he had a goal of going to every temple. At the time it would have required only 2 international stops and a bare handful of stops in the states. He wasn't able to make that goal but not because of lack of effort on his part. The Church simply out built him. He laughs about it now, thinking about how for a great portion of his life you could count the number of temples on your fingers.

jeff pearce
harrisville, UT

Sounds like a great book! (a vol 2 as more Temples get finished?) Having been to more than 120 Temples(so far) the pictures will bring back memories of each visit. We have pictures but being organized into printed book form is more convenient. Thanks in advance for doing the book, looking forward to it.

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