Saturday, September 19, 2009

Town #32: SALINA est. 1863

Salina was our last stop on our trip down to Cedar City and Zion National Park. It is one more small farming community. Salina was named for the salt deposits that the original settlers found near the town site.

We stopped at this cafe for dinner. Mom's Cafe is one of the oldest cafes in Utah. It has been in business since the 1920s. The food was very good. We gladly indulged in some of their slices of pie. The only thing we could really complain about is the ugly facade from the 1950s or 60s that no doubt covers some much nicer brickwork.

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