So I have a few things to say about Colorado...
#1
Scholar 
First of all, very conscientious drivers. Friendly people in general.

Secondly, there are agents EVERYWHERE.

There are also a fuckload of agents driving brand new black 4 door trucks, usually with either Texas plates or temporary tags. They can also be seen in the surrounding states, mostly New Mexico.
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#2
I don’t know whether or not the agents who work in the towns are the same as the ones in the trucks.

The agents working in the towns are Colorado specific. But the truck people aren’t.
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#3
Heaps of brand new shiny black 4 doors driving around on temporary tags...

Just what in the heck could they be up to, folks?
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#4
https://c4d709dd302a2586107d-f8305d22c3d...5923e8.png

http://oscarmotorcars.com/images/2/2018-...p-re-1.jpg
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#5
Have probably seen about 10-15 of them.

They’re less noticeable on the interstate, but on the highways, they really stand out and you pass them pretty often.
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#6
LoL damn Trix you sound a tad bit aaaahhh paranoid.
I wish I was in Colorado right now I'd be partaking in a little herb
In a shitty motel.
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#7
Colorado has a lot of weird stuff going on. Winter Park is where the top military generals all have homes. Denver is supposedly the 'back up' city for the president if D.C. is compromised. I'm not sure if this is still a thing, but the street lights along one of the larger streets running through downtown used to all have a symbol on top of them (they were made of black wrought iron) that looked an AWFUL lot like the symbol of Lucifer, which is different than a satanic inverted star, though it has a similar downward-pointing design. Also, back in the day there was a lot of stink made about hidden concentration camps in CO and train cars without windows leading out of the city into the mountains, but that was mostly on shows like Coast to Coast and so forth. 


That all I said, I have a lifelong love affair with Boulder. It's literally the foothills of the Rockies, and they're right there, like you can just walk right up them out of the city. There's a network of rivers pouring down from them and 100's of miles of trails that wind around the city and up into the mountains. The only thing I hate about it is there is a four to one male to female population, and 3 of those 4 dudes are snowboarding, dimpled and rich. But if I could fuck the Rocky Mountains, lord knows I would.

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#8
Are you traveling again, Trix? Let me know if you make it to LA and would like to meet up and have lunch or something.
:)
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#9
Dancing Banana 
TrixxiePixxie lol true conspiracy tard from way back!!
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#10
Colorado Springs is nice. 
I like the homes built on the red rock.
It is the home of the US Olympic Committee.
There is an Airforce Academy and Paterson afb (NORAD and USNORTHCOM)
Cheyenne mountains are southwest of the city (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheyenne_Mountain_Complex)
There are dispensaries everywhere. 
There is an incline called the Manitou incline:


Quote:So you think you can climb the Manitou Incline? This is considered an extreme trail and is an advanced hike! The Manitou Incline gains nearly 2,000 feet of elevation over less than 1 mile. It's not for the faint of heart, but people from all walks (or climbs) of life have successfully conquered it. It is, perhaps, the most unique and challenging trail in the country, attracting runners, military, Olympic athletes, and hiking enthusiasts from around the world. More than anything, the Manitou Incline is famous for dishing out a tough workout.
https://www.visitcos.com/things-to-do/ou...-colorado/
  
It is a nice fit little city.
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#11
Oh fudge!
I forgot to add this:
The Garden of the Gods,
https://www.visitcos.com/things-to-do/ga...gods-park/

It is also located in Colorado Springs.

sup GG!
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#12
(08-19-2018, 11:47 PM)LuxuryTaco Wrote: Colorado has a lot of weird stuff going on. Winter Park is where the top military generals all have homes. Denver is supposedly the 'back up' city for the president if D.C. is compromised. I'm not sure if this is still a thing, but the street lights along one of the larger streets running through downtown used to all have a symbol on top of them (they were made of black wrought iron) that looked an AWFUL lot like the symbol of Lucifer, which is different than a satanic inverted star, though it has a similar downward-pointing design. Also, back in the day there was a lot of stink made about hidden concentration camps in CO and train cars without windows leading out of the city into the mountains, but that was mostly on shows like Coast to Coast and so forth. 


That all I said, I have a lifelong love affair with Boulder. It's literally the foothills of the Rockies, and they're right there, like you can just walk right up them out of the city. There's a network of rivers pouring down from them and 100's of miles of trails that wind around the city and up into the mountains. The only thing I hate about it is there is a four to one male to female population, and 3 of those 4 dudes are snowboarding, dimpled and rich. But if I could fuck the Rocky Mountains, lord knows I would.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwYEJUc__ms

Thanks for summarizing the known weird official activity, Taco... I really think that alone should prove the point that it isn’t so far fetched that the place is crawling with agents.

Very likeable agents, but agents no less.

Of course I absolutely do love Colorado and think it’s very beautiful. That’s a separate issue...

Banana

(08-20-2018, 01:51 AM)GG Wrote: Are you traveling again, Trix? Let me know if you make it to LA and would like to meet up and have lunch or something.
:)

Yes GG I am traveling! I am tending on staying more northerly. I had ruled out Cali from my options because of the smoke which I’ve been hearing from everyone is pretty bad. Since northern Cali is the only area of Cali I’ll really venture to, it’s too bad that it’s kind of off limits right now.

(08-20-2018, 03:19 AM)Sober Fungi Wrote: TrixxiePixxie lol true conspiracy tard from way back!!

You know it buddy!!!
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#13
And of course to balance out the great qualities of the roadways...

They had to throw in some roundabouts.

WTF Colorado, this isn’t England.

Um No
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#14
(08-20-2018, 05:55 AM)Guest Wrote: Colorado Springs is nice. 

I went through a rather powerful storm in that area, it was very exhilarating.
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#15
My favorite part of Colorado is the Great Sand Dune.
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#16
http://images.sectual.com/upload/2018/08...261c63.jpg

That’s a big fucking sand dune, my friends...

Tallest in North America so they said.
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#17
Trix online wwwttttffff lol hope your having a blast Bignana
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#18
Hmmm 
(08-20-2018, 06:33 AM)Trix Wrote: http://images.sectual.com/upload/2018/08...261c63.jpg

That’s a big fucking sand dune, my friends...

Tallest in North America so they said.

i never did go to white sands NM
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#19
It’s time, Guest.
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#20
This is so exciting!

Are you in a van by chance?
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