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For some Colorado W/W ideas: Check out the Sasquatch Outpost in Bailey CO and the Coney Island Hot Dog stand just up the road. Then maybe drive up Kenosha Pass for a little hike along the Colorado Trail. And you could even continue on to the funky little town of Fairplay and go to the haunted Hand Hotel. No guarantee of a ghost sighting, but you never know. Looking forward to Red Rocks! Thank you for coming to Colorado!
Love you! See you at Red Rocks! Your fans got you. No need for luck. This show is going to be epic beyond words. Memory of a lifetime. I hope someone gives you Oreos!
loved this one and the last sandwich one too -- you're on a roll! conde nast traveler, watch yer back!
Hopefully will see ya around this weekend!
I learned a plethora of trivia info here (hopefully I remember it when the time comes)! I love these kinds of reads… revealing the camouflaged scenery of what’s in front of you.
My husband’s birthday coincides with your show at Red Rocks. We have been to your last 4 shows in ATL and took the parallelism as a sign to check out Denver, CO. I am truly hoping you will see my sign and read my letter! We will be there to experience the symphonic sounds of Guster at Red Rocks and celebrate another year around the sun for Ted (my husband).
That TV with the shoes made me forget I was on planet earth for a second. Very weird and very wonderful.
Don't go to Casa Bonita. St. Elmo is a cool ghost town outside of Buena Vista but that may be too far out of your way. Can't wait to see you at Red Rocks. Hubby and I have seen Guster at least 25 times including when you sang on the Boulder Mall back in early 2000s and you signed a poster for me. I also met you on a plane leaving Burlington, VT, when my daughter was attending UVM. Welcome to Colorado and I hope you enjoy your adventures here! I have the ping pong balls ready.
Manitou Springs, outside of Colorado Springs, has all sorts of weird and wonderful acclaim to healing powers and witchcraftery. Natural springs you can drink from all over the city, cool and funky shops, historic tuberculousis huts, and a classic arcade that is outdoors.
There is a ziggurat outside of Crestone Colorado, along with a stupa and lots of other weird and wonderful things going on. It's been about 20 years since I spent time in that part of the state, but it's likely only gotten weirder. Coming home to Colorado for Red Rocks myself!
There is the frozen dead guy in Nederland. They have a whole festival around the dude in the Winter. Cripple Creek mine tours. And Cave of the Winds mountain park has some quirky adventures.