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Pine Grove Restaurant (Pine Grove Ranch Barn)
Rancher Jerry McWilliams built this gambrel-roofed, board-and-batten barn of local pine. Sixty years later David Lindlow converted it to a restaurant, adding another barnlike wing and a round, silo-like two-story entry and stair for a Neo–Queen Anne look. The open-raftered second story contains a dance floor and dining areas and, like the entire building, is decorated with antiques, old photos, and other memorabilia of ranching days displayed on barnwood walls.
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