Places I must visit while in CO

too larry

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yep, i'm 45 mins from there. really cool place. good hiking too. i always forget that one since it's so close. lol.
I did all the tourist stops in the late 70's. Sister lived in Co most of her adult life. {Boulder and Longmont for a few years, then a long times in Co Springs. Now that she is retired, she is spending lots of time with the kid and grandkids in one of el rancho something Denver 'burbs. She's headed back that way for a month next week.
 

rkymtnman

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I did all the tourist stops in the late 70's. Sister lived in Co most of her adult life. {Boulder and Longmont for a few years, then a long times in Co Springs. Now that she is retired, she is spending lots of time with the kid and grandkids in one of el rancho something Denver 'burbs. She's headed back that way for a month next week.
we love to visit denver but i'd hate to live there. traffic is horrible, the new housing developments are 3 feet from your neighbor. but the weather in general is awesome. and friendly people too.
 

too larry

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we love to visit denver but i'd hate to live there. traffic is horrible, the new housing developments are 3 feet from your neighbor. but the weather in general is awesome. and friendly people too.
Yep. My youngest grandnephew is 4 years old, and the street by their house is crazy busy. I worry about the kids. I would love to see them move to Florida.

My niece does hair and makeup for high end weddings. She has opened satellite storefronts in Houston TX and Panama City FL., but the big money is still in Denver.
 

Vegs

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Herbal Cure on Logan Street. Their Pucker, Strawnanna Guava and everything is awesome
 
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