Idaho’s oldest building

Welcome to Idaho’s oldest building. We passed it en route to our glamping destination in South Dakota and just had to stop.

The church was full of gorgeous architecture.

Some make-do light fixtures.

And the ceilings were astounding. One can just imagine
the bright blue of the paint when it was first constructed.

Marvelous woodwork.

And before we left, we tried out the confessionals.

And of course, signed the guest registry.

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  1. Terry Steinmetz says:

    I love this! I’m always fascinated with the architecture of buildings. I have to stop to see some on our trip coming up! Thanks for the view.

  2. Winnie Nielsen says:

    I love historical buildings and places. It is so interesting to me to see where and how previous generations lived and gathered. It is a peek into how we got to where we are today. That continuum life journey so many decades before!

  3. Sunburst Sally says:

    I’ve been there! The details are amazing. Now I’m going to have to pull out all my photos from that trip. Thanks for giving me a reason to relive trekking through Idaho with my sister. 🙂

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