I just came back from a trip to Salt Lake City and wanted to share some of my photos from the
This rustic, small village is compromised of restored historic homes and buildings surrounding a Gardner Mill and a flour mill built by Scottish immigrant Archibald Gardner in 1877.
As I walked around the site I noticed brass plaques on the buildings which tell the stories of each of the historic structures. The mill, which is on the National Historic Register, houses a large store specializing in country furniture and gift items. For the Halloween season it was filled with seasonal decor and special fall treat
I loved seeing all the pumkins and made a mental note for next year to place some gourds in between my own flower beds. Of course witches were all over the place and quiet funny to look at. The village was teeming with children and made for a very lively setting.