CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- An 80-year-old Manhattan diner rescued from oblivion by a couple who put it on a trailer and hauled it 2,400 miles to their hometown in Wyoming might soon hit the road again.
Cheryl Pierce says she's calling it quits after spending three years trying to make a go of the Moondance Diner in tiny LaBarge, population 400.
This time a victim of a slump in the natural gas industry, the Moondance is up for sale again. The asking price is $290,000. That's how much Cheryl and her husband, Vince, say they still owe the bank.
They bought the Moondance for $7,500 in 2007. After extensive remodeling, the restaurant reopened in Wyoming in 2009.
Pierce says a decline in natural gas drilling in their area in western Wyoming hurt business.