Saturday, May 23, 2020
Amber Gilchrist-Morris, who has owned the Wild Horse Saloon for 15 years, took part in the event with her husband and two sons. She said if the economy doesn’t reopen soon, many local businesses are likely to close.
“It breaks my heart,” she said. “But they’re not going to break us. We’re going to remain strong, no matter what.”
Gilchrist-Morris, too, said she was out Friday to show her disdain over the face-covering requirement.
“The City Council is treating the citizens of Durango and the entire county like children,” she said.