This fascinating oddball museum will give you a vivid idea of what life was like in 1880's Colorado. Be sure and talk with Sandy, the museum manager who's often there. She is a living history book and tells great stories. Museum highlights: horse castrator, two-headed taxidermied calf, stagecoach that Teddy Roosevelt used, old saddles, photos of crochety grandpas and grand dames, arrowheads, flowers woven out of human hair, beautiful handmade quilts and dresses.
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