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Ghosttowns.com
07-01-1998, 07:24 PM
Originally posted by Lin Aemmer

: My husband and I have always wanted to explore ghost towns. We will be taking our vacation the week of
: July 6th and would like to explore in the Colorado
: area. Does anybody have any sites we can visit? If
: so, need directions and general area of the state.
: Please respond as soon as possible. Any history on the particular site would be greatly appreciated!!!

Ghosttowns.com
07-01-1998, 08:46 PM
Originally posted by Todd Underwood

: : My husband and I have always wanted to explore ghost towns. We will be taking our vacation the week of
: : July 6th and would like to explore in the Colorado
: : area. Does anybody have any sites we can visit? If
: : so, need directions and general area of the state.
: : Please respond as soon as possible. Any history on the particular site would be greatly appreciated!!!

: http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/co/co.html
: for Colorado ghosttowns.

Ghosttowns.com
08-03-1998, 12:15 AM
Originally posted by Tim Coughlin

: : : My husband and I have always wanted to explore ghost towns. We will be taking our vacation the week of
: : : July 6th and would like to explore in the Colorado
: : : area. Does anybody have any sites we can visit? If
: : : so, need directions and general area of the state.
: : : Please respond as soon as possible. Any history on the particular site would be greatly appreciated!!!

: : http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/co/co.html
: : for Colorado ghosttowns.

Ghosttowns.com
09-12-1998, 06:45 PM
Originally posted by jude miller


: : : My husband and I have always wanted to explore ghost towns. We will be taking our vacation the week of
: : : July 6th and would like to explore in the Colorado
: : : area. Does anybody have any sites we can visit? If
: : : so, need directions and general area of the state.
: : : Please respond as soon as possible. Any history on the particular site would be greatly appreciated!!!

: : http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/co/co.html
: : for Colorado ghosttowns.

Ghosttowns.com
01-30-2000, 10:52 AM
Originally posted by tourit


: : : : My husband and I have always wanted to explore ghost towns. We will be taking our vacation the week of

: : : : July 6th and would like to explore in the Colorado

: : : : area. Does anybody have any sites we can visit? If

: : : : so, need directions and general area of the state.

: : : : Please respond as soon as possible. Any history on the particular site would be greatly appreciated!!!



: : : http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/co/co.html

: : : for Colorado ghosttowns.

Ghosttowns.com
02-19-2000, 08:12 AM
Originally posted by Wendy


: : : : My husband and I have always wanted to explore ghost towns. We will be taking our vacation the week of

: : : : July 6th and would like to explore in the Colorado

: : : : area. Does anybody have any sites we can visit? If

: : : : so, need directions and general area of the state.

: : : : Please respond as soon as possible. Any history on the particular site would be greatly appreciated!!!



: : : http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/co/co.html

: : : for Colorado ghosttowns.

Ghosttowns.com
02-19-2000, 08:21 AM
Originally posted by Wendy


: : : : My husband and I have always wanted to explore ghost towns. We will be taking our vacation the week of

: : : : July 6th and would like to explore in the Colorado

: : : : area. Does anybody have any sites we can visit? If

: : : : so, need directions and general area of the state.

: : : : Please respond as soon as possible. Any history on the particular site would be greatly appreciated!!!



: : : http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/co/co.html

: : : for Colorado ghosttowns.



:

: I suggest the Fairplay/South Park area where within an hour or two there are several true ghost towns. Mosquito Pass if you have a 4-wheel drive is particularly interesting and beautiful. Other relatively close ghost towns are St. Elmo, Buckskin Joe, and South Park City which offers the neatest museum I've ever seen. It is a museum of authentic buildings of the period fixed up and left as they probably were a hundred or so years ago. Included are a school, jail, blacksmith's dentist/doctor's office, saloon, stage house, mercantile, and many many more. A great companion book to the area is Bayou Salado by Virginia McConnell Simmons.