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Locally owned and operated by Sue Fuhriman. With an excellent eye for art, Sue sells the work of local artists, including her husband Jerry’s Cache Valley landscapes and the work of other local artists, such as Colleen Howe, David Winder and potter Sharon Brown-Mikkelson.View more
Calling all quilters! For a week every June you can shop-hop to this and 14 other quilting shops along the Wasatch Front. In the fall, during deer hunting season, the quilt shops sponsor an overnight trip for all those “hunting widows.” Check out the Shop-Hop at: http://www.utahshophop.com/. Village Dry Good…View more
At Rockhill Creamery artisan cheeses are made with raw milk from the farm's Brown Swiss cows, using traditional artisan techniques. Located in Richmond, 12 miles north of Logan, the farmstead is listed on the National Historic Register, and was honored at the 2007 Utah Heritage Foundation Awards for best adaptive use of an…View more
Lau Family Farms have been direct marketing grass-fed beef and lamb since July of 2004. John Lau is the fifth generation to live here, and his ancestors were one of four families sent by the Mormon Church to settle Soda Springs. The farm was established in 1882, and has received the Idaho Century farm designation….View more
Clarence Hughes runs this charming 1892 store, which was moved to the town park in Samaria to keep it from being torn down. It’s a popular hangout for school kids and farmers in the afternoon. He sells local crafts, cookbooks, candy and sodas, and has video rentals. Historic photos and newspaper…View more
The Ranch Hand Trail Stop has been in business for 28 years, and is the second largest employer in Bear Lake County. It's a safe haven for travelers and truck drives during bad weather, and was voted best breakfast at a truck stop in the nation in the early 90s….View more