Where We've Been (46 out of 50 States)...Where We Are!

Where We've Been (46 out of 50 States)...Where We Are!
Traveling...Resting...Relaxing...Working...On Our Way Somewhere...Where We Land Nobody Knows...

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Tequila’s Family Mexican Restaurant

Funny, how when the sun shines, we are always at our best. Even though we try to live everyday from a shiny place within ourselves, it ain’t always easy on a cloudy, dreary, rainy or snowy day. We are still learning.

Have you ever been so connected to life that it just feels right, knowing you are exactly where you are suppose to be? That is exactly where we are and continue to go every moment of this journey.

This adventure began a few months ago when we began the interview process for this job, we were not actively looking, nor were we in any hurry to find something, so we allowed life to take it’s course and it did quite nicely. The further into this we go, the more comfortable we feel that this experience was meant for us, it feels right from every element of our beings.

We arrived earlier than the others and even though it has been a slow week, with plenty of cold weather and not much to do around here, we know that is all about to change as we go forward.

We drove into Cortez, Colorado with Larry to meet up with Ernie and Carolyn Noia, the owners of the ranch to have dinner.

Not really sure if this website is associated with this particular location, since it is not listed under the locations, but the atmosphere and menu are quite similar.
1740 E Main Street
Cortez, Colorado
(970) 565-6868


The conversations were so exhilarating, we forgot all about taking photos.


As recommended by Ernie, we had the “Fajitas For Two”, shrimp and chicken was our choice, the portions were huge, the spice blends were fabulous and all the ingredients were done to perfection. The Mexican aroma filtered through and many of the workers spoke the language, which enhanced the authenticity of this place. Dinner prices were reasonable, just as long as you didn’t add margaritas to your bill, they were quite pricey, it has been a long time since we’ve had a margarita so the prices may be reasonable after all. If you are ever in the area and want a good meal at a good price, then we highly recommend this place.

1 comment:

American Daze said...

Looking forward to hearing about your ranching experiences...No horsing around there I guess...ha ha

"Silence Is Golden"...The Four Seasons

Robert