Today I am sitting in front of our cabin with a feeling of whimsy. Thunder is echoing in the background, foretelling the rain en route. Birds are warning each other of my presence and the wind is slowly picking up through the sweet scented pine trees. It has been raining all week long and yet I find solace in the fact that my friends in Wichita experienced a High of 112 yesterday while ours was 60. When I want to complain about the washed out roads I remember todays forecast for Wichita is 106 and ours in Woodland Park is 75. Yeah, I can deal with some rain.
Anyways, a short 45 minute trip to Colorado Springs yielded yummy gluten free results once again, although not how I expected. We went to a family owned restaurant called Pizza Time. We were lured down the mountain with a promise of gluten free pizza, sandwiches and more. It was worth the trip. First my daughter and I shared a 12” pizza with only cheese on it for about $11, A deal for a GF pizza. It was good. I still prefer Waldo Pizza in Kansas City and Borelli’s pizza in San Diego but I enjoyed it nonetheless. The crust was a little too crispy and it really was nothing to write home about, although, aren’t I doing that right now? It was good not great, but good is better than good, when gluten free. Read that sentence again if you were confused. It will eventually make sense.
|Pretty Okay pizza.|
My wife felt bad that my pizza was only so-so. She took us another 15 minutes out of our way for Pinkberry frozen yogurt. They don’t have those in Kansas but they should. It is off the charts amazing. Sweet, tart and smooth. I love Pinkberry.