Waitress Connie Weeda jokes with Shannon Edwards, 18, Karly Iverson, 16, and Hannah Bauthues, 18, as she takes their lunch order at Dunny’s Drive In, 111 Nooksack Ave. “This is usually the place people come to,” Bauthues said. “We had our senior skip breakfast here.” Farmers, students and retirees are among the eatery's regulars.
Waitress Connie Weeda jokes with Shannon Edwards, 18, Karly Iverson, 16, and Hannah Bauthues, 18, as she takes their lunch order at Dunny’s Drive In, 111 Nooksack Ave. “This is usually the place people come to,” Bauthues said. “We had our senior skip breakfast here.” Farmers, students and retirees are among the eatery's regulars. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Waitress Connie Weeda jokes with Shannon Edwards, 18, Karly Iverson, 16, and Hannah Bauthues, 18, as she takes their lunch order at Dunny’s Drive In, 111 Nooksack Ave. “This is usually the place people come to,” Bauthues said. “We had our senior skip breakfast here.” Farmers, students and retirees are among the eatery's regulars. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 11, 2007 5:29 PM

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