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  1. 1. Are you a local fan?



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8 hours ago, compuls1v3 said:

Trying to get a feel for how many fans there are outside vs. inside of Indy.

From Colorado. Actually never even been to Indiana. Is bittersweet in the fact that I got to see Peyton play on the Broncos here though after he left the Colts. Still wish I could go to games though.

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1 hour ago, Jared Cisneros said:

From Colorado. Actually never even been to Indiana. Is bittersweet in the fact that I got to see Peyton play on the Broncos here though after he left the Colts. Still wish I could go to games though.

I live in Aurora Colorado.  Just visited Indianapolis this past weekend for the first time.

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2 hours ago, Jared Cisneros said:

From Colorado. Actually never even been to Indiana. Is bittersweet in the fact that I got to see Peyton play on the Broncos here though after he left the Colts. Still wish I could go to games though.

I say it every time you talk about it, but I absolutely love Colorado. If I am ever able to move, Colorado is my #1 destination, followed by Tennessee. (I'm a mountain person at heart)

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1 hour ago, RollerColt said:

I say it every time you talk about it, but I absolutely love Colorado. If I am ever able to move, Colorado is my #1 destination, followed by Tennessee. (I'm a mountain person at heart)

 

I hear you.  In the last 25 years I've lived in Albuquerque, Salt Lake, Portland, and Spokane.  Spent quite a bit of time in the mountains.  I love it out west.

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I guess I'm the senior fan among this group. I've been a fan since they were in Baltimore, live in the DC area b/c my father was in the Military, Ups and down I've had to experience thru the years, the move to Indianapolis that I witness with the Mayflower in the midst of the night(lol), but the mystique of the horseshoe keeps me connected with the Colts. Now in California, still a fan.....

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I live a couple hours south of Indy,  Have only been to 2 games since they moved out of the dome.

My friends and I would get tickets for at least 3 games a year starting in 97 until the dome was demolished.

Got to know a lot of other fans by tailgating on the Hurst bean lot.

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6 hours ago, Jared Cisneros said:

Nice! I live in Colorado Springs. How was your trip and did you go to the Colts and Bucs game?

The trip was amazing! We’ve decided we’ll make it out here for at least one game a year!! Yeah, we saw the game against the Bucs, and it was fantastic!! 

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6 hours ago, compuls1v3 said:

I live in Aurora Colorado.  Just visited Indianapolis this past weekend for the first time.

How was Elmo's?

 

Love the Denver area. I've only been in Aurora a time or two. Normally either stay near Mile High, or in Louisville. I'm having Red Rock withdrawal. I've been to some great concerts both at RR and Mile High. Went to Stanley after a trip to Shepler's last time out. 

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Born in Baltimore in 1954, moved to Indy area in 1980. Always a Colts fan as long as I can remember. I kinda remember the 58 Championship game only because it was our first game on tv. 9” black and white tv in a huge console.  But I was 4 yrs old, so I had no idea what I was watching….The Colts soon followed me to Indy, in 84.


 

As to Aurora Colo, for 6 yrs straight I delivered (I drive a truck) to Aurora, went to dinner with my Sister in Law and her Husband, who live there- then went over the Rockies to deliver to Salt Lake City- then back to Indy, once a week, each way.  So, as to loving mountains- try chaining up a semi, crossing Vail (and others) twice a week and driving thru snow-covered I70 or wind blown I80 every week!!!!  Beautiful country, but at times in the mountain roads- you question why you were ever born!

 

 

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2 hours ago, EastStreet said:

How was Elmo's?

 

Love the Denver area. I've only been in Aurora a time or two. Normally either stay near Mile High, or in Louisville. I'm having Red Rock withdrawal. I've been to some great concerts both at RR and Mile High. Went to Stanley after a trip to Shepler's last time out. 

Elmo’s was a great experience, but honestly the steak was not seasoned enough for my tastes!  The shrimp cocktail was awesome, and the dessert soaked in alcohol was good.  Also, the lobster bisque was pretty good too!

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2 hours ago, jimmy g said:

Born in Baltimore in 1954, moved to Indy area in 1980. Always a Colts fan as long as I can remember. I kinda remember the 58 Championship game only because it was our first game on tv. 9” black and white tv in a huge console.  But I was 4 yrs old, so I had no idea what I was watching….The Colts soon followed me to Indy, in 84.


 

As to Aurora Colo, for 6 yrs straight I delivered (I drive a truck) to Aurora, went to dinner with my Sister in Law and her Husband, who live there- then went over the Rockies to deliver to Salt Lake City- then back to Indy, once a week, each way.  So, as to loving mountains- try chaining up a semi, crossing Vail (and others) twice a week and driving thru snow-covered I70 or wind blown I80 every week!!!!  Beautiful country, but at times in the mountain roads- you question why you were ever born!

 

 

Thankfully I don’t drive much in the mountains when it snows!!  It’s nice to visit the mountains other than that.

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16 minutes ago, compuls1v3 said:

Elmo’s was a great experience, but honestly the steak was not seasoned enough for my tastes!  The shrimp cocktail was awesome, and the dessert soaked in alcohol was good.  Also, the lobster bisque was pretty good too!

Which steak did you get and how cooked?

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