Mormon Lake town is small but what we noticed, gets lots of traffic. Across the street from the cabins is a country store, bar, restaurant, and hotel. We found out the restaurant has claims of paranormal activity. Of course this peaked our POE interest in doing an investigation there. We hope to return in the future. Around the back of the buildings is a camping/picnic area, small pond, petting zoo, and some buffalo. All and all, it is a quaint little town.
|A stuffed turkey not for eating.|
|Give me a home, where the buffalo roam...|
|Nice place to get married.|
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Oh Julie, what wonderful pictures. I miss it back there so much. Your pictures both make me homesick AND comfort me by giving my eyes at least a visual taste of home. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Quaint is exactly the right term.ReplyDelete
I'm always a little afraid of Mormon Lake Towns, ghosts or no.ReplyDelete
Bullwinkle is just too cute. Looks like a very nice town to visit. Lovely pictures.ReplyDelete
Courtney; we picked the right time to visit Flagstaff. It snowed the following weekend.ReplyDelete
Bubba; definitely quaint!
Jessica; you have seen too many small town horror flicks, hahaha! I do understand what you are saying.
Vivienne; I saw Rocky running around outside. He got away...
So that explains why I haven't seen Bullwinkle in a while. Poor fella!ReplyDelete
Yeah Barry, he must have been pulling too many tricks out of his sleeves and not paying attention to the hunters behind him. Too bad, so sad...ReplyDelete
I like that lodge sign! Nice elk silhouette. Maybe you'll find something interesting when you visit that restaurant!ReplyDelete
Justine, I like the sign too and the dark skies behind it. I hope we get to do a ghost hunt there. If we do, I will post about it.ReplyDelete
I'd lie to go there. :DReplyDelete