Six Places to Hide from Your In-Laws in Northern Colorado
Merry Christmas! Your in-laws are here, and now you want to hide. I don't have any of those because that's a perk of being single (#whosjealousofwhonow?), but I've consulted some experts who I will maybe leave anonymous.
Nah, I'm kidding. I'm a journalism B.A. (badass) grad, so I always protect my sources. But, if that eggnog just isn't strong enough to numb the procreators of your dearly beloved, here's where our staff recommends seeking shelter.
And most of them involve alcohol.
It's far enough away, but still close enough if I needed to get home fast.
As in, they notice that he's fled.
I think I just really like the idea of hiding underground.
Up the canyon.
- As in, up the Poudre?
Yep. Hidin' up the Poudre.
No one will be there during the holidays.
Seriously, it's like an old western movie at high noon.
They're open a lot of holiday eves.
It's an easy out. "Oh no! The automation system crashed... gotta go!"