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Dinosaur (1946, 5,900 feet), known as Artesia until 1966, caters to tourists headed for nearby Dinosaur National Monument with wonders such as the Dino Freeze Drive-In, U.S. 40 and Colorado 64. This rural interpretation of a big-city fast food restaurant specializes in “dino-burgers” and huge frozen concoctions to help acclimate travelers to the high desert.

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Thomas J. Noel

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