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Penrose Heritage Museum

Spencer Penrose was one of the lucky few who got rich on gold and silver mines in Colorado. He used his money to build the Broadmoor, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Pike Peak Highway, and all sorts of other stuff in and … Continue reading

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ProRodeo Hall of Fame

My family had an annual tradition of visiting the International Livestock Exposition and Rodeo in Chicago on the day after Thanksgiving. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a rodeo, but I have fond memories. I knew the rodeo … Continue reading

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Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Sally and I spent Saturday in Denver. Here’s a slideshow of the highlights, many of which will be mentioned later in the post. We arrived at the museum half an hour after it opened. We decided to do a thorough … Continue reading

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Ghost Town Museum

We knew going in that this place was going to be cheesy. But in the interest of seeing what our new hometown has to offer, we decided to visit anyway. I was smart enough to find a coupon online that … Continue reading

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