First day of National Western Stock Show has plenty of activities to enjoy
The 112th annual National Western Stock Show opened Jan. 6 with mild temperatures and plenty of things to do.
Besides eating and shopping, which always is a draw, the full schedule brought thousands of people to the complex to enjoy other things such as cattle shows, the historic stockyards, a traditional ranch rodeo, the Colorado fiddle championships and three packed performances of the popular Colorado vs. the World invitational rodeo.
— Rogers is a freelance writer and photographer located east of Parker, Colo. He can be reached at email@example.com or you can find him on Facebook at Official Lincoln Rogers Writing & Photography Page.
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