It’s not that you can’t get a slice of pie in Cascade, Idaho. After all, a diner offering up pie is as ubiquitous as the gas station, church steeple, and token traffic light in small towns across America.
Gearhart proudly wears its history on its sleeve. Quiet and refined,with flower boxes dotting the outside of every downtown business, tennis courts, and gray-shingled homes, there’s a gentle sense of timelessness in this well-preserved town.
There’s something enticing about barns. With their high ceilings, shafts of light pouring in through windows above haylofts, and wood-planked walls, barns have an air of authenticity rooted in place and history.