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No Keys and New Food

This afternoon I was at school and I locked my keys in car. It's the first time in a long time. And I'm surprised I hadn't done it at school before this but it happened and Jessica had to come bail me out. When she got here we went to try this fry bread place that her parents had tried called Cafe Laguna. Don't know why it's called that because it really has nothing to do with fry bread, but that's beside the point it was REALLY good. As good as this family famed place at the Trading Post just north of Flagstaff in Cameron, Arizona. I would recommend Cafe Laguna to any one. Jessica and I should've spilt one so we would could have one of their good looking deserts but we were way too full. I have my keys now and it's all better. 

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Ginger said…
so embarrassing to lock keys in the car but hey you got to see jess and that had to be nice :)
paula said…
Where is it at? I need details.

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