If all of your residents are as hospitable as...
by allanbehrens
 Great hospitality!
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Just passed through Moab and wanted to share our appreciation of the hospitality shown to us by Karl Tangren whom we had the pleasure to meet in Susie's Branding Iron Restaurant.

My wife (Gaynor) and I We were heading out of town on our next adventure having arrived from Torrey the day before for a look-see at Arches. Via Bryce, Pink Coral Sands, Sequoia, Yosemite, and the San Francisco Bay area.

We were referred to Susie's by a local as the best place for coffee and pie and we weren't disappointed.

The main point of this post is that while sitting having our coffee and pie, we got talking to Karl. He shared with us some history of the restaurant and of his situation which was truly fascinating. Moreover, he refused to let us pay for our snack.

All we, my wife Gaynor and I, can say is that if all your locals are as hospitable you're truly a fortunate town!

Thank you Karl! You made our day!

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