It is an interesting place and I think I am starting to figure it out. Kind of a cross between mid-westerners and euros.
In the mountain areas there tends to be a little more of the euro influence, but the other areas seem to be a little more mid-western, but there is influence of both in each area.
I had no idea they still made fanny packs? The things some people call "sandals" are interesting. Variations of Tevas, Keens (I think that is what they are called), Merrills, Berkenstocks, etc. along with super short shorts, pasty white skin, tucked in T shirts, even with shorts and a belt, even women. The other interesting about the more mountain areas is that there is always a super liberal undertone to the people, The stickers on cars, the conversations over meals, etc. one thing about the more mountain areas is that they seem to be about 100 lbs lighter than the "basin people".
Anyone else notice these trends? How did Colorado get so liberal? Surrounded by mid western states, NM, Az, Idaho, Ut, etc... I don't understand how it got so liberal?
I am not from Utah, but I think the people in Utah are much more attractive in general (now, if they could just do away with the teasing hair that looks like a helmet and the skunk color scheme, and the over makeup, it would be even better)