117 West Elkhorn
Estes Park Sweatshirt (vacant)
Local folklore tells a story of this being a front for a government sting operation with newspaper covered windows in the 70s or 80s. We're trying to verify this one.
This building was constructed the at the same time that 119 was built. One building project started in the back and the other started in the front. Due to a "slight miscalculation", when the walls met in about the center of the project there was an adjustment made that is visible inside as an 8" shift- a mystery corner in the middle of the wall.
Walk into the exterior entryway to see the ceiling area that muddy waters splattered up to during the 1982 Lawn Lake flood which buried downtown Estes Park in debris, mud and caused widespreaddamage. It would be cleaned up a matter of days in order to preserve some of the summer season by hard working citizens.
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