We spent the day with my in-laws today, visiting Antelope Island out in the Great Salt Lake. Out on this Island is the ranch of Fielding Garr, who entered the valley with the first wave of pioneers, and after a year in downtown SLC decided he needed his space. Garr raised, and eventually took care of, cattle, out on the island. His home is still standing, and is believed to be one of the oldest structures still standing Utah that was built by a white man. This man was my husband's great-great-great grandfather, and he was a rock star. And the trip out there and back was like being in a prehistoric time machine.