We became pretty familiar with Boreas Pass, a high Rocky Mountain pass in the form of a rough & narrow gravel road. One day we took it all the way over the Continental Divide, south where it brought us to a tiny (almost) ghost town called Como. Como has a handful of historic, very weathered structures, including a roundhouse, hotel and depot. And in stark contrast there on the small patch of land and dirt lanes that is Como, there were these bold painted beauties.
Near "Como's First Catholic Church, Built 1882" (above) was a sprawling junkyard style property adorned with eccentric signs and ornaments.
Like most places I've been, I long to go back & take more photos of Como. An intriguing, off-the-beaten-path place in the world.
Have you happened through Como, Colorado?