Thursday, June 12, 2008

Spring City, Utah

Readers, meet Spring City. Spring City, meet my blog readers! Spring City is one of the most adorable little historic towns situated between Manti and Fairview in San Pete County, Utah. Jason and I took a stroll around town while we were in the area over Memorial Weekend. Here are a few of the quaint things we enjoyed.


People in Spring City have cute houses.


And unique front doors.


They also have smatterings of color on their houses, and beautiful mature trees.


White picket fences are a common site.


Stormy skies only make the houses look even more like a painting.


Oh, and people in Spring City also have horses. Charming eh?

10 comments:

Adam and Bri said...

This place looks magical! What fun.

Knowles Family said...

Ooohh! We LOVE Spring City. We have an uncle that lives there and Dave and I have been looking to get some property there someday. Thanks for the great pictures.

Shannon said...

I love this little city too! Hope you guys got to go on the historic home tour. They open them up for tours every memorial weekend. I would love to live in one of the one day. So charming!

Kathi and Ryan said...

Oh, let's move there! I had so much fun seeing you too. It's always so hard to spend time with everyone, so next time, me, you and our significant others need to go on a double together. I feel like I hardly know Jason which is simply unacceptable. Oh, and I really wanted to have you do some family pictures of my little family. Next time we come in, I'll schedule an appointment with you way before to make sure it happens!

Creole Wisdom said...

Now I wanna go! I am such a killer for out-of-the-way, nestled-in small towns! But I do need to know something, what settings and/or actions did you use on the second to last/stormy house picture? I would love to capture clouds like that- And I am siked for gelato : )

david santos said...

Beautiful!

brandon & brittany said...

pretty pretty! i love that door!

Audrey O'Brien said...

i too enjoy this quant little town. when i was a teenager there was sort of a parade of homes there where you could tour many of the old homes, my mom took me, one of the best trips of my life! great pics!

Cheryl said...

What a pretty area. I love it!

rasty said...

Jessie!! You are becoming quite the photographer! I love these shots!!!! :)