This is the State of Colorado. This is Off The Hook Arts 5th Annual Winter Music Festival, in Fort Collins, CO.:
This is the State of Colorado. This is Rise, A Breakfast Place, in Fort Collins, CO.:
Kinikinik, CO. is an unincorporated community located in western Larimer County, CO., along State Highway 14, in the upper Poudre Canyon, west of Fort Collins, CO., on the eastern side of Cameron Pass.
The community consists of a general store and neighboring summer mountain resorts and vacation homes.
The community takes its name from the kinnikinick plant, which was harvested by Native Americans and early settlers.
It is also known for being one of the longest Palindromic-named places in the world.
Rustic, CO. is located in Larimer County, CO. and is categorized as an unincorporated community. Located on State Highway 14 at the Cache la Poudre River approximately 28 miles west-northwest of Fort Collins, CO., it borders Glen Echo, CO. to the west. The elevation is 7,165 feet above sea level.
In 1881 S.B. Stewart built The Rustic Hotel and gave the community a name. It soon became a popular summer tourist resort. The town of Rustic was established in 1882.
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The presence of Germans from Russia, who located to northern Colorado, is still apparent in many buildings, including The Mountain View Christian Center, at the corner of Olive and Whedbee Streets in Fort Collins, CO., and was designed by Montezuma Fuller in 1903 – 1904.
The presence of Germans from Russia, who located to northern Colorado, is still apparent in many buildings, including The Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church at the corner of Whedbee and Olive Streets in Fort Collins, CO.
Constructed by German – Russian families in 1913 – 1914 the building is now the St. James Episcopal Church.