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Working Tourists in Colorado

Andy and I spent two days in a cabin we rented in central Colorado preparing for our tango gig in Glenwood Springs. After five years of playing tango together we are finally doing our first milonga entirely from memory–something we should have done sooner! If you ever visit Glenwood, don’t miss the hot springs (especially if you have been camping and need a place to clean up before a gig!)

After Glennwood, we bummed around some Colorado wine regions for two days in the  Grand Junction/Palisade and Delta areas. Then, last night we stayed in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, a unique area worth the visit!

Local Colorado produce is still a month out, so here is our dinner recipe with the most local ingredients we could find:

Colorado Quesadillas

Local corn totillas
Raw goat milk ceddar made in Besalt, CO
1 jalepeno

I put the cheese and chili in between the tortillas and melted them on the fire.

We ate them with some homemade pico de gallo!

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