oming home to Estes
By Debbie Holmes
Estes Park Trail-Gazette
aying that the keys were handed overand they hit thefloor running wouldbe an understatement. Withthe keys to one of EstesPark’s most popular restau-rants now firmly in theirhands, new owners Andy andCindy Morgan are officiallythe new owners of the Dunra- ven Inn, located out on Hwy66.“To us, it‘s like cominghome, “ said Andy. Havinglived in Estes since he was infifth grade, Andy grew up inEstes while his father, EdMorgan was the Episcopalpriest for St. Bartholomew‘sfor many years. Cindy is thedaughter of Dr. Jim and JudySerino, and she too had livedhere all of her life attendingthe Estes Park school‘s sincekindergarten. These high school sweet-hearts now have three beauti-ful daughters who will beginschool in Estes next Fall; Kae-lynn (12), Molly (10) and Sa-die (5). The family hopes that their Denver home will sellquickly so that Cindy and thegirls can move up to Estes assoon as possible.
Owners of theDunraven feelthey have‘come home’
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to add their dollar to the wall of memories afternjoying their meal.
All this and much more, complimented by an array offine wines, delectable desserts and a unique mountain atmosphere
~ House Specialties ~Filet Mignon • Lobster • Elk • Ruby Red TroutNew York Strip • Ribs • Salmon • Duck • Pastas
FineDiningintherusticambianceofa1920’sloghomesteadCompletelySmoke-FreeOpenDailyat5p.m.Reservations&Information970-586-9344www.TwinOwls.netLocatedattheBlackCanyonInn800MacGregorAvenue JustOneMilefromDowntown Wedding&BanquetPackagesAvailable
12011 — Trail Dining Guide