While on vacation last week, Hubby and I visited Old Mission State Park in Idaho. The first time that we visited (thirty something years ago), the park was undeveloped (no visitor fees; no visitor’s center) and we had small children with us.
It was just as interesting this time around, since I sure don’t remember everything that I saw from yesterday, let alone thirty something years ago!
Today, I will share photos about the Parish House. Since I have so many photos, the next blog post will show pictures of the Mission of the Sacred Heart…the oldest building in Idaho.
*Clicking on a photo will give you a closer look!
Love the detail here…a beautiful decorative door hinge!
Hubby and I walked the grounds, as we did when we had small children and they needed to stretch their legs. The park is a beautiful , serene place to walk. There are cemeteries and woods to explore, as well as open grassy areas with picnic tables.
While walking, we flushed out a moose. No photos…we were all surprised and the moose went his way, and we went ours.
If you are traveling, need a rest area and enjoy history, I recommended this little park!