People in brightly colored wigs, band tees and ripped fishnets strolled Durango’s Main Street last week.
For 42 years, Durango has celebrated winter with the annual Snowdown festival. This year the theme was Rock N' Roll.
With events ranging from delightful (hot air balloons and a parade) to wild (a raucous drag race) to weird (a rocky mountain oyster eating competition), folks from Durango and beyond partied all week long.
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