Five Notable Anecdotes of US Presidents Spending Time in Colorado

When US presidents go out and take a trip or visit other states, the things that they do and the places they have been become part of the history of those places which can be told and re-told to future visitors and generations, either as a means to attract more visitors or just an interesting anecdote to share.

5280 Magazine shares a list of some of these moments wherein past US presidents spent their time in Colorado. From William Howard Taft's refusal to take a dip in a hot springs pool in Glenwood Springs to Theodore Roosevelt's commendation of the breakfast he was served in Hugo, these little stories add a little more to what we know about the presidents and the state of Colorado.

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