Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Colorado
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We really need a photo. Surely there must be some of these machines about. Please, someone who knows where one is, if you remember your camera, and have the energy and motivation, take a photo for the article. Many thanks. Anna Frodesiak (talk) 11:37, 24 December 2014 (UTC)
- Colorado only allows cannabis to be sold in licensed stores with strict security. A licensed store may have a vending machine, but it would only be a novelty. Yours aye, Buaidh 18:34, 7 January 2015 (UTC)
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I've been working on expanding the Pikeview, Colorado article, but I'm a bit confused. The original town of Pikeview was a mining town and railroad station stop near the present Mark Dahbling and Rockrimmon intersection, just of Interstate 25.
There is also Pikeview reservoir off Austin Bluffs/Garden of the Gods Road, Mark Dahbling, and Interstate 25 (i.e., 1.5 miles south of Pikeview). Then there is Pikeview Quarry Road to a quarry that is 5.6 miles west of Pikeview off of Vindicator.
There are also two other quarries nearby - on either side of Queens Canyon - one south and entered near Manitou Springs and the other off of 30th Street, which I think I've also seen called Pikeview Quarry. I've plotted these on google maps and am just trying to sort out whether Pikeview Reservoir and Pikeview Quarry should be in the Pikeview article. I am guessing that Pikeview Reservoir should be in the article, but I don't know about Pikeview Quarry.