Yesterday we brought you the first part of “A Local’s Unofficial Tour of Manitou’s Springs” Part 1 (which you can watch HERE). Here in Part 2 you’ll learn which spring is most likely to make you angry and which spring is named after a long-forgtotten 8’6″ basketball coach. Enjoy!

 

6 Responses to A Marginally Factual Tour of Manitou's Springs, Part 2

  1. daisy says:

    Thanks for the laughs!

  2. daisy says:

    Thanks for the laughs! LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!

  3. Mary H says:

    It’s a little baby fish!! Great stuff dudes. Something about the springs brings out the 10 year old hooligan in all of us. Thanks again for a happy morning article.

  4. Matt H says:

    This begs the question, is Culturetron rustproof?

  5. Craig Richardson says:

    CultureTron is mostly rustproof, though he’s 100% trustproof.

  6. [...] for a tasting and tales from the gurgling fonts that give Manitou Springs half its name. Click HERE for Part II. Filed under: Drink,Local History,Manitou,TBS,Videos — Noel Black @ 6:45 am About [...]

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