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    All things Colorado

    I would like to dedicate this thread to all things Colorado. This might be a place we might take up residency. We have visited this state several times and love it. There are a lot of members living in all parts of this state. I would love some feedback from everyone not just residents, but ones that have visited as well. We are interested in Colorado Springs and Pueblo area, but want to hear all about other parts of this beautiful state. I have read negative things on East Pueblo. I have been online and read and I like to hear real world stories. The good and bad of cities or towns, your favorite towns and cities, places to see, hike, fish, eat, etc. Pictures welcome as well.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Beautiful!! We have been to Colorado and Manitou springs, Cripple Creek, Estes, Woodland, Gorge, Garden of the Gods, and Paint Mines to name a few. Love to see more of your pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devonn216 View Post
    Here are a few pictures from my last trip out there. Ouray and surrounding trails, and Pikes peak. I have some more somewhere.
    Are the first two pics around Ophir?

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    Born and raised in Colorado Springs here. It's getting crowded but not nearly as bad as denver. Don't think I could ever live there. Pueblo is nice but you might be driving to c springs for work. I'm looking at property in penrose a small farming community close to pueblo and Colorado Springs and canon city. And easy to get to the mountains from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackal01 View Post
    Are the first two pics around Ophir?
    I can't remember. I traveled the whole state over three weeks on a 4x4/camping trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalm View Post
    <img src="http://wayalife.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=148882"/>

    Oh wait....
    Lol! That's a Collarado!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justin04lj View Post
    Born and raised in Colorado Springs here. It's getting crowded but not nearly as bad as denver. Don't think I could ever live there. Pueblo is nice but you might be driving to c springs for work. I'm looking at property in penrose a small farming community close to pueblo and Colorado Springs and canon city. And easy to get to the mountains from there.
    I have been looking in Canon City as well. The cost of living, property is very appealing. I see a lot of 40-50 acres properties very reasonably priced. I wonder about wells. I know it depends on depth. Pueblo seems fairly big ESPECIALLY where I am at now. Although, CS is not that far of a commute.
    “Dogs are our link to paradise. They don't know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring--it was peace.”

    “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do...
    Explore. Dream. Discover."

    "Take a compass, because it's always awkward when you have to eat a friend."

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin04lj View Post
    And easy to get to the mountains from there.

    lol...isn't that the entire state?

    I can't wait to move to CO. The SW region.

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