“God’s Love and God’s Grace will forge you and form you in spite of your weaknesses.” What a gift to hear from our good friend Rick Martinez this morning at Grace as we installed new elders!! More pictures on the way!
Few things are better than organic, homemade lamb stew in the crock, red wine around our firepit and hot peachberry by, homemade by Inez at @ponderosamarket
with vanilla bean ice cream for dessert. When the chill hit, we let the fire die out and sat around the woodstove while fillin our bellies. It was a great night with local friends!
"Shoe trees" are more common than one would think, but still qualify as "odd & unusual" in my book. This one is just off northbound US-87 between Mesa, AZ & Payson, AZ. If you're looking it's just past mile marker 218.
More importantly, I discovered that I can order beer to be delivered from Pizza Hut. Domino's who??? Joe
Throwback to a few weeks ago when AZ had snow on the 87 up to Payson!
It was so nice being greeted today at Walmart by a cardboard cut out.
Introducing the latest flavors in our VIP Vapors house line! From delicious fruity menthol, to Baja Blast, to a decadent lemon cheesecake there's something here for everyone! Come in and buy 2 get 1 free on all juice plus 10% off all hardware all weekend starting NOW!! See you all here!
In 1878, Richard and Tabitha #Gough
arrived in #Payson
. They had been in #Utah
for a few years since their arrival in 1861 and first home in #Provo
. They then moved to the #Tintic
Mining District for a few years. After arriving in Payson, they purchased property on the northeast corner of today's 100 North and 100 East.
Payson had several drug stores at the time. They constructed the Payson Palace Drug Store in 1879. In that period of time, many drug stores sold wines and liquors.
The Goughs became very prosperous. They owned a great deal of property along Main Street between 200 and 300 South. This area is now part of Payson Memorial Park.
Find this photo and story, and others from Payson's unique past, in this week's edition of The Payson Chronicle.
1190 W 400 N, Payson, Do you remember when Fleaology had our market here? It almost feels like Hawaii. Now my friend Chris has organized her own! I’ll be there next week when they open, if you live in Utah County say hi!! #utahfleamarket #payson #utahantiques #utahcottagestyle
There’s nothing “sappy” about these two