Frager's is still like that, though some of the really old type stuff went with the fire. I gather some stock was left over from the 1930s! It is still my last resort place for something odd that just cannot be found in the suburbs. I'd looked for months in Home Depot and Lowe's and then a couple of the small places remaining for a particular wing nut with a finer than usual thread to make it easy to connect the ground wire to my generator. No luck. Walked into Frager's and bought five, just in case.
There is some small activity at the burned out shell of Frager's. Perhaps there will be some progress soon!
I do not like waffles much so have just passed this interesting little place until recently when I was running nearly empty all morning and realized it had a few parking spots on the other side. For a better look at the building and my favorable review of service and food see see the previous photo titled "The Mildly Famous Waffle/Wafle Shop"
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Liebe Grüße vom bayernengel. ❀
one must love path finding. We've read some about that Lewis & Clark trail and how they explored that. Exciting. Driving that is so far from their experience.
Even more the guys that came to this place in Bluff,UT...
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Saludos y larga vida a PANORAMIO, Juanje.
Nice! Could use a soak in that as this May afternoon is a gray 10.5º C. 100º F seems a bit cool!
ne? Und wir waren "versehentlich" drin... LOL
The "wide spot in the road" place with memories. Signs. Texaco's red star. Have not seen one in a decade or probably since absorbed by Chevron which has also vanished from our area in the East. "Drive-In" with "Inside seating" also a thing of the past here along with even the old skeletons of their cousins, drive-in movies. I wish we had at least one of each as living "museums" for the grandkids. Of course those are all more mysterious to them than "phone booths"—the few remaining now being photo objects.
Yes, the long and steep climb down.