Sunday, July 6, 2014
Kanorado, at I-70's Exit 1, is (just a teeny little bit) larger than some of the other towns in the area, but it also feels pretty worn out.
The Senior Center, Post Office, and Museum seemed active and well-maintained, but the rest of the town feels tired and used up.
The one exception, as with so many small towns out here, is the grain elevator, which is still in good shape. While driving around the co-op, we noticed that the road going up to it is called Railroad Street, which is the same name that the co-op road had in several other towns we visited.
If you want to see more pictures of Kanorado, this guy has them!