While Dan and I (and a back seat full of our progeny) drove through Lehi I couldn't wait to tell Dan what I had recently learned about our fair city.
Me: Did you know that when Lehi was first settled it was called Dry Creek?
Dan: Really? Well that's crazy. How'd they come up with Lehi?
Me: Hmmm. Maybe they got it from... The Book of Mormon!?
Okay, Dan knew it was from the Book of Mormon. But really, how did they decide to change the name to Lehi? My theory is that Juab county named their big city Nephi and the folks in Dry Creek didn't want to be upstaged.
Any other ideas?