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    Seen at #RootsTech 2012

    It's been a few busy weeks in Salt Lake City with both #RootsTech and the Salt Lake Institute in town. I am meeting old and new friends everywhere I go, and it's hard to stop and take pictures… but, here's a few from the last few days


    Ever-amusing Mr. GeneaMusings, Randy Seaver sporting his blogger beads in the media center island in the exhibit hall.


    Blogger ladies Caroline Pointer, footnoteMaven, and Kerry Scott also caught in the media center.


    Blue skies and spires above Temple Square across from the Family History Library.

    Last night's late night event at the FHL was played to a packed audience. I didn't make it til the closing bell at midnight, but the tables and film readers were still humming with activity when I left about 10 pm. That's dedication! And I heard rumors of follow-up visits today.

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