The Saturday of Vinotok, Sept. 20, is the high point with a cast of medieval characters featuring maidens representing the 12 months of the year, accompanied by torchbearers and flag bearers singing and dancing in the streets and restaurants in the early evening starting at 5 p.m. As night falls, a street theatre production is held on Elk Avenue starting in front of The Eldo at 7:30 p.m. and concludes with a procession to the large parking lot behind the visitor center for the Burning of the Grump (a 20-foot-tall figure stuffed with townspeoples’ written-down grumps) and a bonfire. - See more at: http://www.gunnisoncrestedbutte.com/event/vinotok-fall-harvest-festival#sthash.liAeO1jl.dpuf
Goose Gonsoulin, an Original Denver Bronco, Is Dead at 76.
After a standout career at Baylor University, Gonsoulin was picked in the first American Football League draft by the Dallas Texans, who then sent him to the Broncos in the team’s first trade.
Gonsoulin, a safety, instantly stood out with the Broncos as well. In the first regular-season game in American Football League history, on Sept. 9, 1960, in Boston, he had the league’s first interception as the Broncos beat the Patriots, 13-10.
He had four interceptions in a game against Buffalo later that month—a record that has never been surpassed in the A.F.L. or the N.F.L.—and finished his Broncos career as the A.F.L.’s career leader with 43.
The last thing I’ll ever design on my 7 year old Mac Pro. I’ve created thousands of designs on it, but decided it was time for an upgrade.
In other news, excited to go to Colorado next week to spend some time with cool people and bison.
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