Above the Rest
If you're ever traveling through Colorado on Highway 285 South and come to Pine I hope you're hungry - the Crossroads restaurant has some of the best food in the mountains. And if you're a pizza lover (who isn't?) then you're really in luck, because theirs is one of the tastiest, most well balanced I've ever had. A highly recommended spot to go. Not only is the food good, the people are super friendly, and that certainly doesn't hurt.
Last time up there they had their classic 1946 Chevy truck sitting in the parking lot. Of course, being the consummate professional (wink wink, nod nod) I am, I had to grab a few shots. Here's a couple - one heavily manipulated, one barely touched. Can you tell which is which? (wink wink, nod nod)
Don't forget - my sale of single mat prints is still going on until June 9. For $16.95 + $5 shipping, you can have a matted print, 16x20 (image is 11x14 or 10x15) ready to drop into a frame and hang. See them here: Single Mat Sale
My first show of the season is coming up more quickly than previously stated. I got a surprise notification for a show on the 10th and 11th of June in Castle Rock. I signed up for it quickly and was accepted. See my Events page for additional info.
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