Sunday 12 October 2008

Drop In And Visit!

My oh my! I'm on the hunt to see if I can find a photo of this home in summer. It is called the Eccles Mansion and it is in Logan, Utah.
CHALLENGE - If anyone can pick up the bizarre Veronica Mars link let me know!


Anonymous said...

Logan Echolls is Vernica's dead best friends boyfriend.

JK said...

Fantastic Anonymous, whoever you are!!!! Stellar performance on this weeks challenge. I'm very impressed.

Anonymous said...

ok where are you lady?? i keep checking in but still i see "drop in and visit!" new post pleeeeeeeeeeeeease xx

Bluebirdy said...

I know this is an old post so I hope you get my message. I lived next to this house for 20 years. You can get TONS of pictures, the people who live in it are very gracious. There is a litte "servant's apartmenet" that I wanted to rent so badly. It is the oldest big house in Logan. It was built for one of Brigham Young's wives. It has secret walls and passageways for polygamist husbands to hide for weeks from the authorities. The people that own it have had it for generations. Needham's. They own the town's mail jewelery store and travel to Africa to get their own diamonds, and do very exciting things to get them back safely. If you contact the owner of Needham's jewelers in Logan, talk to him, ask if he has any pictures to send you of their house. The wife does a fabulous job of decorating at Christmas and they have open houses. outside the house they still have the metal poles with a metal hoop where you would tie up the horses and buggies in the old days. Tell him you saw the pic online and fell in love with it and want to know more about it. they might evn have an email page or a pamphlet about it. Here is their email Here is their website
address and phone
SE Needham Jewelers
141 N Main St
Logan, UT 84321
(435) 363-4797
Fabulous history of mayors and USU presidents etc. that lived in that house, and famous people including president of USA in the 1800s visited the house when visiting the beautiful hidden mountain town. What a joy it was to live in such beauty.