Ahhh, the open road.  The wind blowing through your hair, the comforting rhythmic feeling of the tires on the asphalt, the stereo blasting your favorite songs.  There’s nothing like a road trip to explore wherever the highway might take you, be it a couple of hours or a couple of days.  Part of a proper road trip experience is truck stop dining on your adventure.  Our family has been driving beyond Fort Collins to enjoy more of what Colorado has to offer – sometimes it’s a day trip down to Denver, other times it’s a outdoor expedition in the Rocky Mountains.  No matter where we go, or what we do, we usually start the trip with a traditional visit to Johnson’s Corner for some classic diner grub.

Johnson’s Corner is the best of the best of greasy spoons. It’s simple, no frills cooking that it hits the right spot.  Are you going to get anything gourmet here?  Not a chance.  But that’s not its intended purpose. What they provide is a plate of down home Americana...

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