Wordful Wednesday – A Glimpse of a Rural Town

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A few weeks ago we drove to Utah for my nieces blessing.  It was a super quick trip and the weather was really nice.  It was right before the state got dumped on with like 20 inches of snow and the trees still had autumn colored leaves on them {well, for the most part}.

We left in the nick of time.  :)

My sister lives in a rural town.  I always love visiting farming communities because everything is just so different from the hustle and bustle of suburban life that we are used to.  It’s nice for a change.

Here’s a glimpse:

Rural Utah

Rural Utah

Rural Utah

Rural Utah

Rural Utah

Rural Utah

Rural Utah

Isn’t it gorgeous?

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Comments

  1. 1

    I love visiting towns like that! Somedays I think I’d like to live in a place like that. So peaceful!

  2. 2
    Krystyn
    Twitter: SeriousKrystyn
    says:

    Wow it sure is beautiful. I bet it was slower paced, there, too!

  3. 3
    Sarah
    Twitter: sarahmhalstead
    says:

    These are so great!

  4. 4

    These photos are great! Rural towns always seems so peaceful.

  5. 5
    Jennifer
    Twitter: Life_Darling
    says:

    How many hay bales! Those are some gorgeous shots! It definitely looks peaceful out there. :-)

  6. 6
    Tori Nelson
    Twitter: toristoptalking
    says:

    So pretty! It’s nice to get a little far away from the hustle and bustle sometimes :)

  7. 7

    Absolutely beautiful! Sometimes it’s nice to just kick back and take in the beauty of the countryside away from the hustle and bustle.

  8. 8
    Heather O.
    Twitter: eatherhaelo
    says:

    Really beautiful photographs! I love the peace and tranquility of an old rural town. We’re fortunate to live in an area with a lot of small farm towns and it’s one of our fun weekend things to do — driving through the surrounding area looking for neat sights to see! :)

  9. 9
    Stacy Uncorked
    Twitter: RandomCoolChick
    says:

    So peaceful and relaxing looking – gorgeous shots! :)

    The Many Faces of Princess Nagger

  10. 10

    These are great pics. I am hoping to move to a more rural location next year when my lease is up. I LOVE this.

    My post is up:
    http://tc-twistedfairytale.blogspot.ca/2012/11/wordless-wednesday-cell-phone-captures.html

  11. 11

    Oh my word, it sure is. Idyllic.

  12. 12

    It is beautiful! It looks similar to many areas here in Michigan.

  13. 13
    noelle d
    Twitter: jumpinbeans09
    says:

    I look back and look at how it was in my hometown…
    I realize I took so much for granted when I lived there… but now, it is so fun to go back and take pictures

  14. 14
    Mindi
    Twitter: simplystavish
    says:

    Wonderful shots! I just love that last one. I have never been to Utah but hear it’s just breathtaking.

  15. 15
    Elaine
    Twitter: elainea
    says:

    Kinda looks like a different time, like the past… Lovely photos, Angie!!

  16. 16

    Great photos. Small towns are great. Until you get bored. Then bad things can happen. Cow tipping not the least of these….

  17. 17

    This is great! Jessica, can you suggest a good onilne fabric store? I know there are a MILLION, but I have somthing specific in mind and I’m just lost. I could not think of who better to ask than you and your uber-stylish readers. I am going to stretch it over a wood frame canvas for a large open white wall in my family room. Colors: chocolate brown with robins egg blue. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for the fantastic blog.

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