A legendary Colorado diner will shut it's doors after 56 years in business.

In Yuma, Colorado about 2 hours east of Denver, stands a diner that people from all over the state and beyond have visited and loved since 1961.

Woody's Drive-In will remain open until December 17. But, because of health issues, the owner J. Roger Woody has decided to close the doors. This might be a good time for a road trip!

Known for their famous burgers and ice cream cones, Woody's has become a must-stop location for generations.

It's always sad when these iconic places have to close. It feels like losing a close friend or something. For me growing up, it was a place called FrostTop. It was an old fashioned, real drive-in that included a classic drive-in menu and even waitresses on roller skates. It was a great place.

Well, we wish J. Roger Woody the best in retirement. And I am sure that anyone who has ever eaten wishes him the best as well.

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