9.22.2009

Helper, Utah











One of my favorite parts of vacationing in the National Parks (you may remember that I love the National Park System in the U.S.) is getting to the parks. The small towns that we've explored along the way to our final destinations are just as exciting to me as the parks themselves. My favorite town that we passed through on our way to Utah's National Parks was the adorably named town of Helper, Utah. Clearly, I went a little nutty with my camera there.

6 comments:

Cheryl Arkison said...

I am in love with that chair photo, I may need it from you.

amy @ switz~art said...

aren't small towns/villages just the best?! it's often those places with the best vintage views! love these pics! sounds like you had fun! wheeee!

april said...

Susan! Gorgeous! Gorgeous photos!
When's the exhibit? I'm coming down for it!!! ;D

Connie said...

and in all those small towns, they have plenty of little coffee shops. at least that's my observation. on the way to Glacier Park, the town of Choteau has 300 people and 7 coffee shops.

Chickenbells said...

Aren't there the greatest little towns out here? I mean, I'm sure they are everywhere, but I love to get out and discover them as well...the one outside Zion had me seriously drooling over some of the houses!

Karen/Small Earth Vintage said...

I love these pictures. It's not that I don't love the natural beauty, but maybe because I grew up around so much of it in Colorado, these town photos are what really get me.