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January 05, 2007

One good thing about snow

We've got another Winter Storm Warning in Colorado this morning. In Boulder people are driving a little slower but it isn't that bad. The nice thing about it is that it's easier to find a parking spot at Turley's, my favorite Boulder restaurant.

Paul Turley is a great local entrepreneur and his daughter Sandy is carrying on the tradition. The service is always fast and friendly, and the menu is five pages of great food. You can eat Boulder-healthy, have breakfast anytime or go for the cheese burger and fries. Beef or buffalo if you prefer.

During the dark days of late 2001 Paul and I would commiserate on being an entrepreneur and what the future might hold. He was always quick with a smile and his optimism definitely rubbed off on me. Maybe that's where my "keep smiling" mantra came from.

January 5, 2007 in Entrepreneurship, Photography | Permalink


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I've never met Paul, but I see him almost every time I go to Turley's, and everytime I see him, he makes eye contact, smiles, nods. Turley's is one of my favorite places, too: good food, friendly people, great service, reasonable prices. Now if I had an FJ, I could go there during storms and park right up front. Maybe that's another reason to have 4-wheel drive!

Posted by: Verna Wilder | Jan 6, 2007 11:08:39 AM