After Rifle, Colorado, we got back on I-70 returning to Denver. We stopped at Glenwood Springs, Colorado. You might remember that Doc Holliday was with the three Earp Brothers during the shoot out at the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona. Shortly after the shoot out in Arizona, Doc Holliday moved to Glenwood Springs, Colorado. That was a great place for treatment if you had consumption, or tuberculosis at that time. We went to Doc Holliday’s saloon.
Good painting on the window here. This guy invites us in, so in we go.
Friendly place. This is the sign from Doc Holliday’s office.
Remember, he was a dentist. There are some great photos on this wall.
This one is labeled Gunfight at OK Coral Aftermath, October 26, 1881.
On the left is Gunfighter Doc Holliday with U.S. Marshall Wyatt Earp. In the center are U.S. Marshall Virgil Earp and Mrs. Allie Earp. On the right, we see U.S. Marshall Morgan Earp and Mrs. Lou Earp. This photo is from Tombstone, Arizona Territory. This is a later photo of Wyatt Earp.
The caption says Wyatt Earp as he appeared in 1926. The Budweiser Beer Wagon at KD Hughes Wholesale Liquor at 824 Grand Avenue, here in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, is a favorite of ours.
The saloon is great and so are the food and beverages. We think you would like this place and hope you will stop in when you are in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.