I've lamented before about the lack of change in the Colorado mountains. Well, the situation has not improved. I'm talking about change--coin of the realm. For some reason a number of restaurants in these here parts can't or won't count out change. They just hand you the paper money and keep the change as some sort of unnoticed tax on the consumer. Well, I notice. I usually just take it back off the tip I would have left or something. Yesterday the tab for my sandwich was $9.08 and I gave the waitress a twenty. My change was ten bucks. So, they just kept 92 cents, nearly a dollar, for the heck of it. I complained and they didn't seem to see any problem with shorting me "It's close enough, man." is what I was told. If I had shorted them a dollar I would've heard about it. Well, I won't eat lunch at this particular place again. And, it is against the law in Colorado not to give people their full change, but most laws (especially this one) aren't worth the paper they are printed on. Count your change people! It's probably wrong.