Custer County Colorado

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 Custer County Colorado is home to cattle ranches and approx 3500 people. The historical town of Silvercliff amed for the Silver Rush of Colorado.

Today small towns in the county consist of Rosita, Westcliffe, Eastcliffe and Bull Domingo. The area was named for George Armstrong Custer. Main street offers visitors a bowling alley, real estate offices, antique stores, bed and breakfast and restaurants.

Custer County and the surrounding Wet Mountains and Valley floor offer amazing sunsets. This picture was taken June 22, 2007.

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Joanne Hanson
Coldwell Banker Colorado Rockies Real Estate - Frisco, CO
Summit County, Colorado Realtor
I bet you took that picture and had to make a post around it to show it off!  It is gorgeous, but then, so is the area it was taken in.  I was surprised to find how many really well known artists make their home in southern Colorado.  It is cheap to live there, but also beautiful.  Good things for most artists!
Jun 22, 2007 06:03 PM #1
Laura Cerrano
Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island - Locust Valley, NY
Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
Dean, the picture and the story are amazing.  I am SO sorry I haven't seen Colorado yet, it looks absolutely beautiful!  Thank you for the post and information.
Jun 22, 2007 11:15 PM #2
George Souto
George Souto NMLS #65149 FHA, CHFA, VA Mortgages - Middletown, CT
Your Connecticut Mortgage Expert
Dena, one thing that I have noticed from your Posts is that Colorado has aaaaaaaa Loooooooot of open space. 
Jun 23, 2007 02:41 AM #3
Dena Stevens
Rocky Mountain Realty - Canon City, CO
Putting The Real Into Realtor Since 2004

Joanne, you got me! I usually have my camera with me and the sunset was just to pretty tonight. Also I am the only one writing (blogging) about the area. I'm getting "found" and out of towner's are interested in the area.

Carole, from what little I know about you from your blogs I think you would like Colorado. But then again I think just about everyone likes Colorado. It is the peace and serenity that most enjoy even just for a short time.

George, it amazes me how much open land scares some people, not you. Our ancestors managed just fine and so can we. But what I think scares people is being without others around, a phone signal, TV reception,a convenience store, etc... We probably all know people who are afraid of being alone with their own thoughts. Me, I love it. I grew up in Los Angeles and the thought of being there again scares me. Can you imagine living on 160 acres and so are your neighbors? It's quiet.

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