Tuesday, May 24, 2011


Looking much like it did back in the 1870's the little downtown of Lake City, Colorado
is lovingly cared for today. The population swelled in the late 1800's with the signing of the treaty with the Ute Indians....Miner's and their families quickly took the population to several thousand. Today's year round folks only number around 400 but part timer's as the summer folks are called....bring that number up considerably.

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