A Trip to Sanpete County – The Conclusion

When I went to post our story about our recent trip I discovered that the image import wasn’t working.  Eventually, Tim was able to fix it and he posted the part of the trip I had already written.  So, now I am going to complete that story in a separate post so that it will show up in people’s RSS feeds.

So, last time we ended with these adorable pictures taken Friday night when we went to the Scandinavian Dinner:

The dinner was delicious!  That night we stayed at one of the student apartments in Ephraim.  It was kind of fun to have a whole three bedroom apartment to ourselves.

The next day we went to the Scandinavian Days parade.  We only stayed for about 15 minutes since none of us was interested in seeing the whole thing.  It was baby’s first parade!

That afternoon we then headed over to Spring City for their annual home tour.  Spring City used to be a ghost town, after Highway 89 was redone away from the town.  As a result, most of the homes from the early 1900s are still there.  More recently Spring City has become a popular hub for Utah artists.  These artists have restored many of the homes to their original state and turned the town into one big art gallery.

The homes were definitely the highlight of the trip.  There were a ton of people and many of the homes were gorgeous.  The LDS chapel in the town is also beautiful and is in great condition.  The following is some of the favorite homes we visited.

After spending a whole day looking at old restored homes, I was completely expecting the bed and breakfast we were going to in Spring City to also be and older, restored home.  I was very surprised to find that the house is practically new.

Scott Farm Bed and Breakfast was a great place to stay.  The innkeeper was really kind and there were lots of little stuff that made us feel at home, like little chocolates by the bed and a gift of a loaf of bread as we left.  The breakfast was big and delicious, including fruit, a scone, an omeletee, sausages, and more.  I was a little worried that Kalyn would be noisy and bother the other guests, but she slept through the night just like she always does.  I don’t want to sound like a commercial, but it really was a delightful place to stay for not very much money.

Overall we really enjoyed the trip.  It was fun to get away from the usual without having to go very far.  I would go again sometime, for sure.

2 Responses to A Trip to Sanpete County – The Conclusion

  1. Gramma Mecham says:

    That looks like such a fun trip. It looks like something that Grandpa and I would enjoy. You need to send me the details of where, what and so forth. Looks like that baby girl is growing so big. She is a doll!
    Love you, Gramma

  2. ~Mom/Gramma says:

    How sweet you girls are. When Kalyn is sleeping she looks like Katie at that age. I wish I could hug her and hold her and kiss her and spoil her!! (That’s my job, deal with it!) :o)

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