There must be a lot of bluebirds in southern Idaho and northern Utah because I ran into a lot of places using their names. The Bluebird Inn on Bear Lake (Idaho side), the Bluebird Restaurant and Fountain in Logan, Utah (been in business since 1914).
This was the fantastic view of the backyard from my room at the Bluebird Inn in Idaho.
Filet mignon covered with mushrooms and onion - yum. It was scrumptious! Apparently, The Bluebird Restaurant in Logan, Utah also makes hand dipped chocolates and fountain drinks like ice cream sodas.
The State of Idaho claims the Mountain Bluebird for their state bird, while Utah claims the California Seagull as their state bird.
This chain link fence is new and very sturdy but the house is rather a shambles. Can you imagine rebuilding trying to save this house from just falling down. It was probably a pioneer home built on the northern shores of Bear Lake, Idaho.
I actually found a church with a red door. I wasn't sure I could find one in Utah but there it was in the small town of Logan, Utah. An original wood structure was built in 1873 but a more modern building of brick replaced the wooden church in 1910.
An unusual feature in this church is a labyrinth, which was added in 2004 and is called a "sacred walk."