The sign was old and faded, this side was fairly clear yet, but the other side was worn and much more faded and almost unreadable from years of sun, wind, rain and snow.
And here is the cafe - built in a Quonset Hut - I had friends in school in Alaska who lived in a remodeled Quonset hut and I thought it was the coolest thing ever.
This cafe was located near Dry Falls, in the Sun Lakes State Park and I can still see the echoes of people stopping here on their vacation trip, getting a hamburger and fries and a chocolate milkshake. The kids, happy to be out of the car for a little while, scrambled about in the trees, finding treasures of all sorts.
The older couple sat in their car, or perhaps at the outdoor picnic table and smiled at the children and the parents, who were glad for a little relaxation and time for the kids to use up some of their energy.
The local teenagers, stopping for a coke and some fries, hoping someone special from High School would stop by at the same time. The wonderful memories this old sign holds.
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