To walk through downtown Colorado Springs is to gain a beginner’s history of the city and the Pikes Peak region.
Life-size bronze sculptures dot the major intersections, and provide a walking tour of who’s who in our history.
Including one of General Palmer on a horse. I talk a lot about Palmer. (Okay, truth be told, I sort of have a crush on him.) But there were certainly others that helped to shape our community in ways just as numerous and meaningful. And many of them stand downtown, tall and bronzed.
So in honor of Memorial Day, my posts this month will include nods to some of our region’s other historic notables, as documented by downtown’s collection of sculptures. Continue reading