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September 28, 2010


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That restaurant looks so charming.

I'm also hungry now for a pizza, darn it. ;)

Dominique King

Gypsy-This really was a cute little place, and who could resist the charm of eating in a covered bridge? I thought they did a good job of reusing something that would otherwise probably be simply destroyed, given the time it was done (before the renewed interest for covered bridges under former County Engineer Smolen).

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