>I spent the day doing what I live for…what keeps me alive and breathing…chasing birds with dogs and tossing a few dries (beetles today) to hungry trout on a very small creek in the Arkansas River Valley and the mountains that I adore more than any…the Sangre De Cristo’s!
I ate at a very wonderful restaurant tonight that I wanted to share with my readers! I was slightly hesitant and reserved about eating in town because my last dinning experience across the street was much less than memorable! How can someone screw up cheese enchiladas…
Cel Dor Asado is a diamond in the rough! A gustatory delight! I had the rib-eye special that the owner herself cooked for me on a bed of oak coals that was to die for! I can’t hardly wait to go back!
For anyone interested:
Cel Dor Asado
Traditional Uruguayan Wood Fired Grill
213 Main St
See ya there!
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>Better not let Umberto see the picture of that steak!I wish I had been there with you yesterday. While you were fishing I could have shot some birds.
>Sounds and looks great. Sure some beautiful country.Really nice lek site photos.
>I have been following your blog for about a year now keep up the great work. I hunt over a Gordon and an English in Newfoundland CanadaregardsDan
>Shawn, Good dogs, birds, great scenery, and good food. . . .Makes you happy to be alive, don't it? Andy
>I'm setting up a FB page for Cel Dor Asado and was wondering if I can use your comments on the page? Please call and let me know. 719 783 2650, ask for Kelley. Glad you liked it! Can't wait to see you again!
>Kelley…You're more than welcome to use my comments on FB. My friend Walter and I will be eating there in a week or so…Can't wait! I'll give ya a call!