Last week I made a stop at Autumn's Loft on Highway 57 by Priest Lake. I found a woman with passion for photography, a love for her roots in north Idaho, and an appreciation for the fine woodworking creations her parents have built and have on display (and for sale) in the shop. The loft was also filled with the beautiful work of other artisans from the area.
Arriving at the shop I was greeted by Autumn and was immediately struck by the beauty of the loft itself. With sun streaming in through the windows I took in the rustic shelves loaded with local wares and was drawn to Autumn's many photographs displayed artfully on the walls. Being near Priest Lake, there was a lovely collection of huckleberry products also.
Whether a buyer wants candles, a wood easel, photo greeting cards, or rustic signs for the cabin all of this plus much more can be found here. It is worth the stop. You can enjoy espresso and free WiFi also.
Autumn's Loft is at 204 Rosemary Loop Priest Lake, Idaho. All the products and her photography can be found at www.AutumnsLoft.com or www.priestlakeimages.com. If you are in the area, visiting her store is a must. Check out her website also.
Autumn returned to her roots in the Priest Lake area and has a deep appreciation for the scenic beauty, the northern Idaho trees, and the lake. The poem I am found today seemed fitting as I also celebrate the beauty of trees.
|Trees Need Not Walk the Earth|
|by David Rosenthal|
Trees need not walk the earth
Thank you Autumn for your hospitality, photography tips, and tour. I look forward to returning.