On a sunny Saturday afternoon, a steady stream of cars flowed down Tenderfoot Hill toward Cripple Creek. After 18 miles of sometimes testy driving on Highway 67, the twisting, two-lane road that links Cripple Creek to the rest of the world, most drivers ignored the Pikes Peak Heritage center, perched on a ridge overlooking the town.
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