303 Area Code BBSes Through History (80's Version)

MAP OF THE 303 AREA CODE
303-221-5107
LITTLETON, CO
The Outer Limits
(1988-1989)
Gary Whicker
303-221-9450
LITTLETON, CO
Fort Mac
(1989-1990)
Greg Shaw
303-223-1297
DENVER, CO
Am Net, AmNet, AMNET , FRAUG
(1987-1994)
James Cherry
303-223-4534
DENVER, CO
Adventures Unlimited
(1989)
Ray Randolph
303-223-8342
DENVER, CO
RBBS IBM PC Fort Collins
(1984-1985)
303-226-5654
DENVER, CO
BBS K.A.O.S
(1989-1990)
Brett Dodds
303-229-9719
DENVER, CO
Diamond Head Lounge, HP BBS North (Diamond Head Lounge), HP-BBS (North), HP-BBS(North), Northern CO
(1987-1995)
Rob Diehl
303-233-5824
LAKEWOOD, CO
Les-Com-Net
(1987)
GBBS Pro
303-237-8575
LAKEWOOD, CO
Hub-800 ADMIN, Hub-800 Support, Microlink D
(1989-1997)
Maxwell & Kammerzell, John Maxwell, George Kammerzell
303-241-1419
DENVER, CO
Mother Board
(1987-1988)
Julie Dillon
303-241-1966
DENVER, CO
Colo. West UG, Colorado West, Colorado West PCB 62m, Colorado West U., Greater Clifton
(1987-1996)
Mike Bruno, Robert Miers, Wayne Hunt, Walt RectorPCBoard
303-242-7977
DENVER, CO
Squirrel's Nest BBS, Squirrel's Nest PCB 116m, SquirrelNest, The Squirrel Nest
(1989-1996)
Allan WorleyPCBoard
303-243-5303
DENVER, CO
GJ Net
(1985)
Walt Rector
303-252-9235
BROOMFIELD, CO
Denver Area, Denver Area Net, DIVE-LINK, Reg15 SDSCoord, Software Dist, The 8th Sea
(1986-1992)
Rod Lamping
303-270-4314
DENVER, CO
Health Science Ctr
(1989-1991)
Univ Of Colorado
303-270-4936
DENVER, CO
Nurse Link, Nurse Link (104/52), NurseLink
(1988-1993)
Chuck Mastrini, Larry McNiell, C Warren, Claude Warren, Chip Edwards, Diane Skiba
303-273-3239
GOLDEN, CO
CSM-SPE OIL PATCH
(1988)
Max Bordelon
303-277-1447
GOLDEN, CO
NiteLine Pbbs
(1989)
Keith Amann
303-278-1487
Denver, CO
GBBS Gold Strike Board, Gold Strike Board
(1985)
GBBS
303-278-2220
GOLDEN, CO
AE Line: Individual Password
(1985)
303-278-4244
Golden, CO
TBBS UFONET of Colorado, U.F.O. Net TBBS, UFO NET
(1984-1990)
303-279-6134
GOLDEN, CO
AE Line: LANCE
(1985)
303-280-1007
BROOMFIELD, CO
Curtis Little's BBS, Lost at C
(1989-1996)
Curtis LittleAuntie
303-287-5274
DENVER NORTHEAS, CO
Rocky Mountain, RockyMt MIDI , The Laboratory
(1988-1994)
Daniel Vachon, Prof. Beaker
303-289-2061
DENVER NORTHEAS, CO
TBBS Micro-1040 Tax BBS
(1985)
303-289-6864
Denver, CO
House of Midrash, Midrash, Midrash MJCN
(1989-2002)
Daniel Segard
303-292-3162
DENVER, CO
The Aerie
(1988)
Leland Dirks
303-292-9047
DENVER, CO
Biznet
(1985)
303-293-8462
DENVER, CO
KDKO RADIO
(1989)
John Anderson
303-296-3210
DENVER, CO
Commodore 64 BBS, Networks Unlimited
(1985-1987)
Forum
303-297-9127
DENVER, CO
TBBS Denver
(1985)
303-298-8061
DENVER, CO
TBBS Mountain States
(1985)
303-320-4822
Denver, CO
RCP/M World Peace, The World Peace (ZBBS) RCP/M, The World Peace RCP/M, World Peace BBS
(1984-1994)
Bucky Carr, Alfred Carr, Fr. Alfred K Carr
303-321-6857
DENVER, CO
Musicians Den
(1986-1987)
Andy Velasquez
303-322-1544
DENVER, CO
The Night Shift
(1987)
GBBS Pro
303-322-4779
DENVER, CO
George Net
(1986)
Phillip Hein
303-329-3337
DENVER, CO
Central Denver, P2 B2 S, P2 B2 S (104/51)
(1987-1990)
Caude Warren, Claude Warren, Claude-Warren, C Warren
303-329-6342
Denver, CO
GBBS The Hollow, The Hollow
(1985)
GBBS
303-329-6579
DENVER, CO
Aces High BBS
(1987)
GBBS Pro
303-329-8136
DENVER, CO
Central Denver, Metro Denver, Net 104 UFGate, Ready Room(IDIC), The Ready Room
(1989-1990)
Jason Steck
303-329-9598
DENVER, CO
Microlink -2
(1988)
Paul Smith
303-341-0129
AURORA, CO
Colo Broadcasters, Colo Broadcastors
(1989-1992)
Jeff Brothers
303-341-1404
AURORA, CO
Aurora, North Denver, Terus RegUser
(1988-1989)
Bart Henthorn
303-341-6614
AURORA, CO
The Master Work, The Masterwork Opus
(1988)
Roy A. Prickett
303-343-6707
AURORA, CO
Coco County, RiBBS HQ
(1988-1992)
Ron Bihler
303-343-8401
Denver, CO
Apple Net, GABBS Aurora-Net, GBBS Aurora-Net, GBBSII Aurora-Net, HBBS Denver
(1982-1985)
GBBS
303-363-6409
AURORA, CO
ESCO Serv Inc
(1986)
Jim Sparks
303-363-8474
AURORA, CO
TBBS Univ. of Aurora
(1985)
303-364-3519
AURORA, CO
MHEUG line 2
(1989-1991)
Jerry Ives
303-366-1611
AURORA, CO
The Value Line BBS
(1989)
Chris Millikin
303-366-3898
Denver, CO
COMNET-80 Denver
(1985)
COMNET-80
303-367-1935
AURORA, CO
TBBS Intercomex
(1985)
303-369-5734
SULLIVAN, CO
MICROLINK -2
(1989)
Paul Smith
303-369-8397
SULLIVAN, CO
The Stock Market BBS
(1986)
303-371-3137
Denver, CO
Andromeda System, GBBS Andromeda System
(1985)
GBBS
303-373-1079
AURORA, CO
GBBS Police Station
(1985)
303-377-4097
DENVER, CO
TBBS Middle Earth
(1985)
303-377-6725
DENVER, CO
King's Bench
(1986-1987)
Ralph Allison
303-380-0257
DENVER, CO
Timberline
(1988)
Dan Smith
303-392-0830
DENVER, CO
Commodore Club of CS
(1988)
Mark West
303-392-2906
DENVER, CO
Electric Locksmith
(1987-1988)
Rick Ayers
303-392-6631
DENVER, CO
Wildcat Orphanage, WILDCAT! ORPHANAGE INTER.
(1988-1990)
Bob ConnorsWildcat
303-393-1849
DENVER, CO
Nurse Link
(1987)
Chuck Mastrini
303-399-8858
DENVER, CO
FORUM-80 #2
(1982-1983)
303-399-9758
DENVER, CO
Mojave Net
(1988)
Claude Warren
303-420-0305
ARVADA, CO
The Lodge BBS
(1989-1991)
Harold Montrose
303-420-3568
ARVADA, CO
L & L Productions GBBS APPLE, L & L Support, L&L Support & Sysops Exchange, L&L Support & Sysops Xchg
(1987-1993)
Lance Taylor-Warren, L Taylor-WarrenGBBS Pro
303-420-8052
ARVADA, CO
Computer Parlors RCP/M RBBS, TBBS Parlor
(1984-1985)
Terry Travis
303-422-3716
Denver, CO
GBBS Presidential BBS, Presidential BBS
(1985)
GBBS
303-423-3114
ARVADA, CO
Quick BBS Help, QuickBBS Support, TURBO Connect, TurboConnx
(1987-1989)
Adam Hudson
303-423-3156
ARVADA, CO
AE Line: SNAFU
(1985)
303-423-3224
ARVADA, CO
The DenHUG (ZBBS) RCP/M
(1985)
Bucky Carr, Mike DeWeese, Don Roth
303-425-9283
ARVADA, CO
TheBuckBoard
(1988)
303-426-0623
ARVADA, CO
MileHi, Mojave Net, Northwest Quad
(1989-1994)
Claude-Warren, Claude Warren, Oscar Barlow
303-426-4052
ARVADA, CO
Christian Protocol, CHRISTIAN PROTOCOL
(1987-1990)
303-427-1471
ARVADA, CO
The Emerald City
(1989-1993)
Daniel Osbourn, Daniel Osborn
303-427-6976
ARVADA, CO
HP Haven
(1988)
Mark Willecke
303-428-4892
ARVADA, CO
This End Up
(1989)
Steve Carnes
303-429-2208
ARVADA, CO
Northwest Quad, The Cyber Zone, The Cyber-Zone, The CyberZone
(1989-1994)
Jonathan Wood
303-429-2445
ARVADA, CO
This End Up
(1989-1991)
Steve Carnes
303-429-2975
ARVADA, CO
The Weyr
(1989-1990)
Ken Shimko
303-430-0243
ARVADA, CO
MILE HIGH SOFTWARE EXCHANGE, MileHiSftwr
(1988-1991)
R.A. Crawford
303-430-1585
ARVADA, CO
This End Up
(1987-1988)
Steve Carnes
303-430-8376
ARVADA, CO
Eusebiea Fido
(1986-1988)
Jim QuiesnerFidoNet
303-431-0051
ARVADA, CO
DASUG, DASUG (Denver Area Sanyo Users Group), FIDO #341 DASUG
(1985)
Jerry W. Smith, Jerry Smith
303-431-1343
ARVADA, CO
ParaNet Information Systems
(1989)
Michael Corbin
303-434-5492
DENVER, CO
Backboard, The Backboard
(1989-1996)
Zak SpeakmanPCBoard
303-440-7425
BOULDER, CO
FutureWave BBS, FutureWave OPUS Echomail
(1988-1991)
Ross Sponholtz, Mike Reetz
303-442-8273
Boulder, CO
GBBS Schaak Line, Schaak Line
(1985)
GBBS
303-443-3367
Boulder, CO
GABBS Off The Wall, GBBS Off The Wall, GBBSII Off The Wall, Off The Wall
(1983-1985)
GBBS
303-443-4353
BOULDER, CO
Med-Link
(1987-1988)
Ron Kueseski
303-443-8292
BOULDER, CO
Adelante
(1987-1998)
Zhahai Stewart
303-443-9073
Boulder, CO
Into The Wind
(1987-1989)
Dana P'Simer, Donley and Dana P'SimerQuickBBS and SHEDIT
"Dana is the creator of the Shamaal Editor, a full-featured BBS mail editor. We ran the board for the benefit of programmers." - Donley P'Simer
303-443-9155
BOULDER, CO
mbkSYS!
(1986)
M. B. Komor
303-444-1116
BOULDER, CO
FutureWave BBS
(1988)
Ross Sponholtz
303-444-3253
BOULDER, CO
Lodge Works RCP/M, RCP/M Boulder Lodge
(1984-1985)
John Vareka
303-444-5175
BOULDER, CO
MacLeisure
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
303-444-7073
BOULDER, CO
Pinecliffe
(1987-1990)
Craig Baker
303-444-7231
BOULDER, CO
Remote Northstar Denver
(1982-1983)
303-444-7686
BOULDER, CO
Arkham Library, The Sleeze Zone
(1987-1988)
Neil Beaty
303-446-2293
Denver, CO
GBBS The Retreat, The Retreat
(1985)
GBBS
303-447-1430
BOULDER, CO
The World Service
(1988)
Nick Baroque
303-449-0917
Boulder, CO
Boulder MacIntosh Meeting, GBBS Boulder MacIntosh Meeting
(1985)
GBBS
303-449-3306
BOULDER, CO
BAHA'I BBS , TBBS Baha'i Board
(1985-1987)
303-449-5251
BOULDER, CO
On-Line Consult, On-Line Consulting, OnLine Consult, OnLine Consulting
(1987-1995)
Lee Lasson
303-449-7399
BOULDER, CO
Chidvilas
(1989-1991)
Terry Mooster
303-449-9807
BOULDER, CO
Education2000
(1987-1988)
Naomi Salaman
303-450-0822
BROOMFIELD, CO
Colorado Diver Training Center, Northeast Metro Quad, Northeast Quad, The //atchDesk, The Watch Desk (104/66), The WatchDesk
(1988-1994)
Emit Hurdelbrink
303-451-9201
BROOMFIELD, CO
AT&T 6300
(1985)
Bruce Mooneyham
303-455-3113
DENVER, CO
TBBS The Star Board
(1985)
303-455-3283
DENVER, CO
Denver Metroplex, Metroplex, Unknown II
(1987-1990)
Terry Travis, Terry L. Travis
303-455-4793
DENVER, CO
MICRO-DATE, Microlink-C
(1987-1989)
John Anderson
303-455-9600
DENVER, CO
Microlink-C
(1988)
John Anderson
303-458-6248
DENVER, CO
Control Systems RBBS, On-line Ordering RBBS
(1987-1994)
Vincent Ramirez, Control Systems, Tom Parker
303-460-1093
BROOMFIELD, CO
Rabbit Mountain
(1989-1991)
Kevin Dahlstedt
303-465-1313
BROOMFIELD, CO
CP/M SIG RCPM/RIBM SYSTEMS, CPM SIG-INC, CPM SIG/IBM, RCP/M CBBS Denver
(1985-1990)
Al Lundquist, Al Lindquist
303-466-2296
BROOMFIELD, CO
Front Range
(1989-1990)
Gary Jones
303-466-2672
Denver, CO
GBBS The Bunker, The Bunker
(1985)
GBBS
303-467-9199
ARVADA, CO
NightFlyer
(1989-1991)
Marcel Madonna
303-467-9704
ARVADA, CO
MICROLINK D
(1988)
John Maxwell
303-469-0125
BROOMFIELD, CO
SnarfQuest ]II[
(1989)
Elliott Mosher
303-469-2053
BROOMFIELD, CO
Green Line
(1988)
303-469-3221
BROOMFIELD, CO
Galaxy Express 999
(1989-1990)
Bruce Arnold
303-469-4954
BROOMFIELD, CO
Four Wheeling BBS, FWBBS
(1987-1998)
JeepsterSTadel3.3a, STadel3.1a
303-469-7014
BROOMFIELD, CO
SnarfQuest I, Southern Hub
(1989)
John Denny
303-469-7161
BROOMFIELD, CO
Monkey Board BBS, Terus Public, The Monkey Boy BBS
(1987-1996)
Todd Hill
303-469-7541
Bloomfield, CO
Apple PI, GABBS Apple PI, GBBS Apple PI, GBBSII Apple PI
(1983-1985)
GBBS
303-472-0745
DENVER, CO
Rivendell
(1988)
Mike Eamon
303-473-3837
BOULDER, CO
Greeter BBS TBBS, PIKE'S PEAK GS
(1987-1990)
303-475-9117
DENVER, CO
PPCOMPAS TBBS
(1989-1990)
303-477-9587
DENVER, CO
Metroplex
(1989)
Terry Travis
303-482-8777
DENVER, CO
MRA BBS
(1988)
Wildcat
303-484-4359
DENVER, CO
Foxx Empire
(1989-1990)
Andrew Boardman
303-488-2671
LITTLETON, CO
Elkridge-West
(1987-1990)
Bob Staggers
303-491-5946
DENVER, CO
Fido/CSU, Fort Collins Net
(1986)
Leroy CasterlineFidoNet
303-493-1316
GREENWOOD VILLA, CO
LETTAS Fido
(1986)
Greg SartzFidoNet
303-493-4094
GREENWOOD VILLA, CO
Front Range PC Users Gr.
(1988)
Wildcat
303-493-4139
GREENWOOD VILLA, CO
Camelot
(1989-1995)
Ron Gile
303-493-8261
GREENWOOD VILLA, CO
TELETECH SERVICES BBS
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
303-494-0167
BOULDER, CO
Data Bank BBS, RBBS IBM PC Data Bank, RBBS IBM PC Data Bankata, The Data Bank TI/99
(1984-1989)
Harry Bolls
303-494-0533
BOULDER, CO
OKY BBS
(1989-1991)
Onnig Kouyoumdjian
303-494-7970
BOULDER, CO
Archam Publ. Library OPUS, Arkham Library
(1989-1991)
Neil Beaty
303-495-2061
DENVER, CO
HIP SHACK
(1987-1988)
BDale Garbee
303-497-3934
BOULDER, CO
FIDO NBS, Pink Flamingo
(1986-1994)
Cathy Nicoletti, David AldermanFidoNet
303-497-6051
BOULDER, CO
Excalibur, Stonehenge
(1988)
Steve Roughton
303-497-6673
BOULDER, CO
Excalibur
(1987)
Steve Roughton
303-497-6968
BOULDER, CO
Boulder Fido, FIDO , FIDO #77 GMCC, Geophysics/Weather , Geophysics/Weather FIDO, GMCC, Shepherd's Bush
(1984-1991)
Kent LeonardFidoNet
303-499-1022
BOULDER, CO
Computer Linkage, Med Link (104/444), Med-Link Colorado, TI Link
(1986-1994)
Ron Kuseski, Dr. Ron Kuseski
303-499-2676
BOULDER, CO
Stonewall BBS
(1989-1990)
Mike Reetz
303-499-3034
BOULDER, CO
RCP/M RBBS Pinecliffe
(1984-1985)
303-499-3656
BOULDER, CO
Canyonlands BBS
(1989)
Antony Landsman
303-499-9169
BOULDER, CO
Boulder Colorado RCPM, Boulder, Colorado RCP/M, Boulder, Colorado RCPM, RCP/M Boulder, RCP/M Community Software Exchange, RCP/M RBBS Boulder
(1982-1985)
Jack Riley
303-526-9642
LOOKOUT MOUNTAI, CO
Control Point
(1987-1988)
John Maxwell
303-530-9544
BOULDER, CO
BMM, Boulder Area, Boulder Mac Maniacs
(1987-1990)
Ed Fenner
303-531-6172
DENVER, CO
EPOCH 2000.0
(1987-1988)
Phil Somers
303-531-6667
DENVER, CO
CS BBS Service II
(1986)
Richard Evers
303-531-6668
DENVER, CO
CS BBS Service I, Southern Colorado
(1986-1988)
Richard Evers
303-531-9674
DENVER, CO
COSUG
(1987-1988)
Jim Cannell
303-534-4646
Denver, CO
File Bank, Inc, The Comm Post, The Comm-Post, The File Bank Inc., The File Bank, Inc.
(1988-1997)
Bartee & Westerberg, Brian Bartee, Bartee & WesterbergTBBS
From the January 1996 issue of Boardwatch: ASP & AOP approved BBS with one of the finest collections of IBM compatible files. Many free download areas including extensive libraries of astronomy programs & data files. 500+ message areas, online games, chat & more. Vast files areas including adult files. With 24 lines & 35Gig of hard drives. VISA, MC, AMEX, Discover welcome. Voice support: 534-4538.

From the September 1994 issue of Boardwatch: Denver, Colorado since 01/93. Sysop: Brian Bartee. Using TBBS 2.2 with 22 lines on MS-DOS 80486 with 21000 MB storage. Hayes at 28800 bps. $10 Monthly fee. ASP Approved BBS & one of the finest collections of IBM-Compatible Shareware. Many free download areas including extensive libraries of Astronomy Software & Data files. Message Areas, Online Games, Chat. VISA, MC, AMEX, Discover Welcome. Voice: 534-4538.

303-534-5456
DENVER, CO
FIDO #334 Micro-Broker, Micro Broker
(1985-1986)
Oscar Barlow
303-539-4830
DENVER, CO
SNOBOL4-Icon Programming
(1987-1988)
Mark Emmer
303-543-0512
Pueblo, CO
The Pueblo Towne Crier
(1978-1989)
Mick OcchiutoTowne Crier v 2.0 (modified)
"Originally built based on BASIC and machine code hand entered from a TRS-80 Microcomputer magazine, this BBS ran on a 48k TRS80 Model 3 with a 5 meg. hard drive and a 300 baud modem. We maintained over 10,000 downloadable files and had interactive games (casino with personal cash accounts, T.A.G. etc.), online chat and many other features. The BBS had over 2,000 paid members (a $10 annual fee) from all over the world who called in regularly for files, chat and games. When we had to close shop (part for a job relocation and part because technology was moving away from the TRS-80) a big picnic was held for me as the SysOp and over 50 local memebrs were in attendence. It was great fun!" - Mick Occhiuto
303-544-7102
BOULDER, CO
Sun Country
(1988)
303-550-9893
DENVER, CO
NECROMANCER
(1988)
Wildcat
303-554-4279
BOULDER, CO
CAMSUG
(1988)
Dave Walker
303-564-0618
DENVER, CO
The MAE board
(1988)
303-570-7973
DENVER, CO
OPTOTECH
(1986)
Richard Green
303-570-9980
DENVER, CO
Wing Nut
(1987-1988)
Dave Armentrout
303-572-1093
Denver, CO
Colorado Dept of Education, GBBS Colorado Dept. of Education
(1985)
GBBS
303-572-6256
DENVER, CO
Colo Broadcasters
(1989)
Jeff Brothers
303-578-5405
Colorado Springs, CO
GABBS Modem Times, GBBS Modem Times, Modem Times
(1984-1985)
GBBS
303-578-8221
DENVER, CO
DesignTech
(1988)
Chuck Presley
303-578-9406
DENVER, CO
SmartNet
(1987-1988)
Tom Johnson
303-586-4131
LONGMONT, CO
ESTES PARK HIGH BBS, Park High BBS
(1988-1994)
Lee Lasson, Joe Lundstrom, Matt Clauson
303-586-8197
LONGMONT, CO
INFO MOUNTAIN
(1986)
Lee Lasson
303-591-4273
DENVER, CO
Solid S/W, Solid Software
(1986-1988)
Joe Rock
303-591-7415
DENVER, CO
Colorado's Fire Net, FireNet Leader, IFNA Legal
(1986-1988)
C. Sanders/W. Wood, George Wing
303-593-0766
DENVER, CO
HIP Shack, HIP Shack Fido BBS
(1986-1991)
Bdale Garbee, N3EUA
303-593-1072
DENVER, CO
COMP-U-RADO (Node 1)
(1985)
Bruce McDaniels
303-594-9476
DENVER, CO
RamNet
(1987-1988)
Chuck Auck
303-598-3889
DENVER, CO
COMP-U-RADO (Node 2)
(1985)
Les McDonald
303-598-3995
DENVER, CO
Pinecliffe RMP/M RBBS
(1983)
303-598-4500
DENVER, CO
CO Spgs CPU Com Serv, Colorado Springs Computer Communications
(1984-1990)
Thom Foulks
303-598-4662
DENVER, CO
RCP/M RBBS Arvada Elect.
(1983-1985)
303-598-7667
DENVER, CO
RamNet
(1986)
Q McHenry
303-598-8413
DENVER, CO
Eagles' Nest
(1987-1988)
Larry Doan
303-623-7865
DENVER, CO
The Aerie
(1987-1988)
Leland Dirks
303-632-0669
DENVER, CO
Computer Farm
(1986-1988)
Paul Hill
303-632-8380
DENVER, CO
Cougar's Run
(1988)
Wildcat
303-633-4711
DENVER, CO
Last Chance Fido
(1986)
Jim MacGregorFidoNet
303-633-9277
DENVER, CO
FAWG MASES
(1987-1988)
Chet Phelps
303-634-1158
DENVER, CO
RCP/M RBBS Arvada Elect.
(1982-1983)
303-635-5468
BROOMFIELD, CO
COSUG
(1986)
Jim Cannell
303-642-3034
Pinecliffe, CO
Pinecliffe RCP/M RBBS
(1983)
Craig BakerRBBS
303-650-5636
ARVADA, CO
Day's End
(1986-1990)
Chris Day
303-651-0225
LONGMONT, CO
Twin Peaks
(1987-1991)
PCBoard
303-651-0754
LONGMONT, CO
Crystal Firestorm, Vector Sigma
(1987-1992)
Jeff TaylorCustom
"The software (Crystal Firestorm) was written from scratch. The bbs started out on a C64 with an 800k floppy drive, got bumped to an Amiga 1000, still with a single floppy (this is when the name changed), and finally to a 286 with a 40Mb hard drive." - Jeff Taylor (Shadowdragon)
303-652-3595
Niwot, CO
DINOSAUR BRD, Mile High Net NC, The Dinosaur Board
(1987-2009)
Chris Anderson
303-654-1278
BRIGHTON, CO
The Dark Crystal
(1989-1991)
Steve Boyd
303-657-0126
Adams County, CO
M&D's Travelling Circuits, M+D'S TRAVELLING CIRCUITS BBS
(1984-1997)
Marshall Barry, Michelle (Dede) WeisblatCCBBS (Chuck Crayne-BBS)
"So much to say. M&D's was originally started in Sherman Oaks, CA in 1984. It was an extension (i.e. complete replacement) for "The Travellers (Travesty) RBBS" which was running part time since 1981 in my various apartments around town. Hey, it was something to do while I was out of town, consulting, and being away from friends and family -- The people I'd meet via BBS were either Geeks (like I was) or someone who would be interested in one. Biggest problem - Very Few Fem-BBSers (at the time). Oh, back to the story...

"After a while, I began to hate the RBBS software, and didn't really like much else out there. So, another Sci-Fic Fan out there, Chuck Crayne, and I began to talk. He had been running CC-BBS#1 in the South Bay for quite a while - and didn't really see a lot of things to do with it. It was nice, friendly, and - dare I say it? Yeah (Hi Chuck!) moderately dull. So, the fool I was, I said "Hey, how about I run your software, debug it a bit, maybe add some things to it? Huh? Huh?" (OK, I wasn't THAT much of a Geek). Anyway - we did it. July 1, 1984 - with the able help of the love of my life (Michelle - aka Dede Powell - Weisblat) "M&D's Travelling Circuits (CCBBS#2)" came up. Neat software, for the time. Ran TWO lines (native IBM-PC COM supported two ports) plus a console. Multi-task, multi-thread, security (including one-way encrypted passwords). WAY ahead of its time. But, neither Chuck nor I had much time to put it into a form for "sale" (sigh) it was too much of a "labour of love"

"Time Passes. Dec 5, 1988 M&D's goes down in Sherman Oaks, and Dec. 11, 1988 it "magically" reappears in Louisville (not looie-ville) Colorado. Only running one line, at the time, it sits in the FRIGID basement of a house on the top of the hill. What's so important about that? Uh, other than a chair, a refrigerator, and a stove, and the table it sits on, there is neither persons nor property in the house, and there wouldn't be until Dec. 20th, when our furniture arrived. (That is another, long, albeit unrelated horror story!) M&D's Travelling Circuits lived there until August 1990, when it "travelled" again to its final location - unincorporated Adams County, CO (Westminster, Thornton area). It moved into a house - along with (you have the info from the FidoLists) TelePeople, TelePurple, and TeleCircuits - those all part of FidoNet 104, becoming known as the "*69" group (104/69,169,269, and 969).

"Alas, CCBBS never became "fidonet" capable - it just wasn't part of the original design concept, and having the BBS "be down" to process mail was just anaethema to us. It became a "home away from home, a place for wanderers and friends" for many years. Too many. It did many things - supported many groups of people, had its "invisible" sub-sysops. Our eldest daughter, Meera, became the main Sysop of the system for a while, added gaming groups to it, did a lot to keep it alive for much longer than it had a right to be in the mid-90's "Internet" era... But, it was "PRIVATE" in the way that what you said stayed there. People had to WANT to be involved there, not have what you wrote go around the world 100 times and more. Type locally - stay local.

"Anyway - in April, 1997, we wandered into the back room and heard a horrible, heart-rending, squeeeeaaaalling sound. The 20 meg (yes, MEG) hard drive that had been the only real upgrad to the ORIGINAL IBM PC (8088!) had crashed. Yeah, I had a backup (about 3 weeks old, not a big deal, really), but we looked at the machine, and the fact that it was getting about 2-3 calls a day, mostly people checking in "for old times" and not for much else. It took a while. We put up a minimal system saying "We'll be back - in the meantime, for a good time call 'TeleCircuits' at 303-426...."

"But, our "zest" for BBSes had pretty much died by then. We had a computer business to run (we had refered our clients to M&D's for shareware downloads and support, but they prefered to talk to us on the phone for some reason (wan smile)), and so much else to do than BBS. Beside which, it really didn't support FidoNet even then... people weren't calling much... and I couldn't figure out how to justify a REAL computer (snort!) and a phone line to that small a BBS. We gave her a real, honest, burial in late August, 1997. We buried the hard drive in the back yard and donated the real, original, IBM PC to the Whiston Bide-A-Way home for ancient and dismembered computers (Whiston was a good friend and also a part of the *69 group) along with our Hyperion and a few other systems. M&D's Travelling Circuits became a memory.

"It was one of the first multi-user BBSes around. It ran, other than movement, continuously for almost 13 years. It began with the idea of "1984" and having a way to communicate, other than the "government approved" ones, a died of hyper-accellerated "old age" in a time when regular BBSes, the "solo node, not connected to anything", were (already) an anachronism. It's still remembered, or was until we finally gave up the phone line (we used it for an outbound voice line for a while - it would really wake us up when it rang!). It served a need, handled (at its peak) over 200 calls a day, and I don't know how many calls total. At the end, it was really down to 1 or 2 a day, some days, none. Curse you, big bad Internet!! And bless you as well for taking up the slack.

"Now when I say BBS, or BBSing, some people still remember what it was about. Sigh..." - Marshall Barry

303-659-1897
BRIGHTON, CO
Into the Night, Pelicula/SNBBS Support
(1987-1991)
Kris White
303-665-3490
Denver, CO
NET-WORKS The Rock, The Rock
(1985)
NET-WORKS
303-665-6091
Louisville, CO
Boulder County, Boulder Echo Hub, Denver Area Net, King's Market BBS, KINGS MARKET, The King's Market BBS
(1983-2009)
J Burt, Jim Burt, Jim & Karen BurtTBBS
303-665-6662
LAFAYETTE-LOUIS, CO
Chidvilas
(1989)
Terry Mooster
303-665-9520
LAFAYETTE-LOUIS, CO
DownHome MBBS
(1985)
Mike Lacasella
303-666-0824
LAFAYETTE-LOUIS, CO
Grizzly King
(1987-1990)
Bob McDuffee
303-667-1357
Parker, CO
Realm of Lost Souls
(1989-1993)
Spencer HansenWWIV, Worldgroup
"Spencer stared with WWIV and joined that family early on. He then made his system Mulit-Line using VBBS as his second system. His WWIV was highly modified thanks to some help from his friends, Barry and John. He then later purchased MajorBBS and Worldgroup. Then the Internet came about, and put an end to most all BBS's." - Spencer Hansen
303-669-2553
DENVER, CO
N.A.T.O.
(1989)
Byron Ferguson
303-670-1416
EVERGREEN, CO
Wizardry, Wizardry - Line 1
(1989-1991)
Mark Cook, Mark Cook (The WizardTelegard
303-671-0801
SULLIVAN, CO
Career Con., Career Con. DEC Rainbow
(1989-1992)
Jim Turner
303-671-5976
SULLIVAN, CO
HP Haven, Net 104 NEC
(1989-1994)
Mark Willecke
303-671-7308
SULLIVAN, CO
MILE HIGH NET
(1986)
Dave Miller
303-671-7669
SULLIVAN, CO
CO Travel Bank , Colorado SnoBank, Colorado Travel Bank, Colorado TravelBank, Colorado TravelBank
(1987-1996)
Jay MelnickTBBS
303-673-7743
LAFAYETTE-LOUIS, CO
GRIZZLY KING BBS
(1986-1987)
Bob McDuffee
303-673-9470
LAFAYETTE-LOUIS, CO
Micromanic
(1988-1990)
Wildcat
303-674-1859
EVERGREEN, CO
Fiddler's Fido, FIDO , Music
(1986-1990)
Mark IndictorFidoNet
303-675-3214
DENVER, CO
Radscan
(1989-1990)
303-680-5109
SULLIVAN, CO
Delta Sftwr Sys BBS, InfoSource of Aurora
(1989-1990)
Bob Renemans
303-680-7209
Aurora, CO
Sound Doctrine BBS
(1989-1997)
Tim Williams
From the January 1996 issue of Boardwatch: Family & Christian BBS. Open to all. Totally free with access to Internet e-mail. Programmer, technical and gerneral files. Order free material. Unlimited time allowed with many kinds of message boards. Beginners ask for our free manual and starter kit.
303-680-8153
SULLIVAN, CO
Modem Net
(1987)
Larry Kehl
303-685-4333
DENVER, CO
CommComp(TCC), Communication Companion T.C.C.
(1987-1988)
S.Miller K.Mcneil
303-690-0881
SULLIVAN, CO
TBBS Net
(1986)
Phil Becker
303-690-1343
Denver, CO
GBBS Guliver's Board, Guliver's Board
(1985)
GBBS
303-690-2018
SULLIVAN, CO
Password (nobody xyzzy)
(1989-1991)
Tom Groggin
303-690-4566
Denver, CO
CONNECTION-80 Denver, TBBS Aurora, TBBS Ebert Personal Computers, The Bread Board System, Tips
(1982-1985)
Chris Carson
303-690-5379
SULLIVAN, CO
TBBS Multi-Discussion Board
(1985)
303-690-5410
SULLIVAN, CO
The Reading Room
(1989)
Don Bell
303-690-8144
Aurora, Colorado
Reggae Land B.B.S.
(1984-1990)
Grandpa Reggae (Lane R. Ellis)C-Net 9.4 through BBS-PC, C-Net 9.40 - 11.1a, BBS-PC!
"In 1984 I first put the Reggae Land Bulletin Board System on-line, open only between the hours of 10:00PM and 8:00AM on weekdays since I had only one phone line at the time. I used a Commodore 64 computer and a single 140K Commodore 1541 disc drive, along with a 300 baud Total Telecommunications modem, with Prospective Software's C-Net 9.40 B.B.S. software. I customized the software quite a bit, as it was written in fairly simple BASIC language, and designed all my own custom Reggae Land menus, which I took great pride in.

"Reggae Land grew in size over the years, becomming one of the largest and most loved B.B.S.'s in Colorado. Before moving to an Amiga based setup, Reggae Land at one point was running off of 2 1541 disk drives and 6 SFD-1001 IEEE drives. Once running on the Amiga platform and BBS-PC! software I was able to customize the system to my hearts content, which I did to the tune of over 1,000 different menus, the equivalent of todays individual HTML pages. Using Reggae Land was almost like playing an incredible and witty text adventure game, with twists and turns available that just weren't available on-line anywhere else at the time. One year it was voted the best B.B.S. in Colorado by Chet Solace and his "Final List", and was frequently listed in the "Computer Shopper" magazine.

"Someday I'll re-establish Reggae Land on the web, having it both as a time-capsule into the past and as a fully-functioning giant web site. I'd love to make contact with any of the 1,000 plus old-time Reggae Land users!" - Best Regards, Grandpa Reggae (Lane R. Ellis)

303-690-9423
SULLIVAN, CO
TBBS Island, TBBS ISLAND BBS
(1985-1990)
Mike Hastings
303-691-0169
Denver, CO
NET-WORKS Odyssey 1, Odyssey 1
(1985)
NET-WORKS
303-693-1064
Sullivan, CO
GABBS Sullivan, GBBS Sullivan, GBBSII Sullivan
(1983-1985)
GBBS
303-693-6737
Aurora, CO
APSNET BBS
(1985-1994)
Glenn BlancoGBBS Pro
303-694-9050
LITTLETON, CO
Grotto Lounge, The Grotto
(1988-1990)
303-695-4518
SULLIVAN, CO
TBBS Software Review Board
(1985)
303-698-9924
DENVER, CO
Mile Hi CUSS
(1986-1988)
Walter LaMendola
303-699-0326
SULLIVAN, CO
Council White, Council Whitestone
(1987-1988)
Dax Davis
303-699-1516
SULLIVAN, CO
The Free Info eXchange
(1989-1994)
Charlie Frnka
303-699-6517
Denver, CO
GBBS Shadow House, Shadow House
(1985)
GBBS
303-699-7738
SULLIVAN, CO
Holiday's Inn
(1988)
Steve Holiday
303-699-8029
SULLIVAN, CO
TBBS Real Gold Network
(1985)
303-699-9248
SULLIVAN, CO
TBBS Net
(1987-1995)
Phil Becker
303-722-6210
DENVER, CO
TBBS PSINET
(1985)
303-733-8189
DENVER, CO
TBBS Bits'n'Pieces
(1985)
303-740-2223
Littleton, CO
ADP Audit , ADP Audit,SAS,Wr, The Professional System
(1986-1996)
Bob VoorheesTBBS
"Sponsored by the Denver chapter of the EDP Aduitors Association (EDPAA) now the Information Systems Audit & Control Association (ISACA)." - Bob Voorhees
303-740-8337
Denver, CO
GBBS Third Sector, Third Sector
(1985)
GBBS
303-741-4071
LITTLETON, CO
APPARAT, Apparat Computers, TBBS APPARAT INC.
(1985-1990)
303-745-3414
SULLIVAN, CO
Aurora
(1988)
303-747-0288
Allenspark, CO
The Burning Flame BBS
(1989-1991)
wiretapp / Nicholas AlbrightWWIV
303-750-3783
SULLIVAN, CO
GABBS Eamon, GBBSII Eamon
(1983-1984)
303-750-5042
SULLIVAN, CO
ETA Denver
(1987-1988)
Rick Christensen
303-751-7064
SULLIVAN, CO
The TIME-OUT BBS
(1988)
Wildcat
303-752-1983
Denver, CO
AMIS Fifth Dimension, Fifth Dimension
(1985)
AMIS
303-752-2943
SULLIVAN, CO
MHEUG line 1, Micro Wire BBS , MicroWire, The Micro Wire
(1989-2002)
Jim Kochmann, Jerry IvesQuickBBS , RemoteAccess
303-755-5380
SULLIVAN, CO
P.dBMS #2 - Denver
(1983-1985)
303-758-2927
Denver, CO
AMIS Denver, DENVER
(1985)
AMIS
303-758-6233
Littleton, CO
Starfleet Atari Computer Users' Group
(1984)
303-758-8720
DENVER, CO
Denver Central
(1988)
Dana Palmblad
303-758-9159
DENVER, CO
WW IV, WW IV MAC Users Support
(1989-1992)
Jon Taylor
303-759-0410
DENVER, CO
CAI Denver
(1989)
John Denny
303-759-2625
DENVER, CO
ABBS Denver
(1982-1983)
303-759-3721
DENVER, CO
Investment L.
(1989-1990)
303-759-8619
DENVER, CO
The Corner Pub
(1989)
Richard Douglas
303-761-1634
ENGLEWOOD, CO
CHILVARY QUICK BBS, Chivalry QuickBBS, SnarfQuest ]I[
(1988-1991)
Dax Davis, Dax C Davis
303-761-4039
ENGLEWOOD, CO
Pot Of Gold, The
(1987-1990)
Leprechaun LordSTadel3.1e
303-771-8107
LITTLETON, CO
Computer Care BBS, PBS BBS, PCS BBS
(1989-1994)
John Bilbro
303-771-9523
Denver, CO
GBBS Temple of Doom, Temple of Doom
(1985)
GBBS
303-772-7229
Denver, CO
GREENE MACHINE Denver, CO
(1985)
GREENE MACHINE
303-773-2699
LITTLETON, CO
BBS IBM PC Denver
(1983-1984)
303-773-9291
Denver, CO
Dog Pound, GBBS Dog Pound
(1985)
GBBS
303-777-6681
DENVER, CO
AE Line: LIBRAS, AE LINE: LIBRAS
(1984-1985)
303-778-7312
DENVER, CO
Southern Hub, The Short Line
(1989-1991)
Alan Applegate
303-779-4579
Denver, CO
GBBS The Operating Room, The Operating Room
(1985)
GBBS
303-781-1079
ENGLEWOOD, CO
Photo Tech Board TBBS, PHOTO-TECH BBS, TBBS Photo Repair BBS
(1985-1991)
Jim Gerritz
303-781-4937
ENGLEWOOD, CO
Denver CUG-NODE, RCP/M CUG-NODE, RCP/M CUG-NOTE
(1982-1985)
303-781-8212
ENGLEWOOD, CO
GBBS I.D.S. Starcross
(1985)
303-789-0500
ENGLEWOOD, CO
Dj's BBS
(1988)
Mad Dave
303-789-4610
ENGLEWOOD, CO
PC Info, PC INFO , PCIS(frmly PCjr-Net), PCjr NET, Southern Hub, SW Denver
(1985-1996)
Phil KaiserOpus
303-790-7024
ENGLEWOOD, CO
The Bit Bucket
(1988)
Wildcat
303-790-7947
ENGLEWOOD, CO
Apparat BBS
(1987)
John Bilbro
303-794-5065
LITTLETON, CO
The Byte Shop
(1988-1994)
Dan O'Neal
303-795-1215
LITTLETON, CO
G C Fido, Gay Community Fido, GC FIDO
(1986-1994)
Steve RaymondFidoNet
303-796-0509
LITTLETON, CO
The Vault BBS
(1985-1994)
Craig Steiner
303-796-9721
Denver, CO
DIAL-YOUR-MATCH #118, Northwest Metro, The Brokerage
(1985-1997)
Bob SimpsonDIAL-YOUR-MATCH
303-797-0296
LITTLETON, CO
INTERCONNECT
(1988-1994)
Jim VorheisTelegard
303-797-8090
LITTLETON, CO
MACE, MACE-PointNet/Mailer
(1989-1997)
Ken Zen
303-798-0792
Denver, CO
Experience Software, GBBS Experience Software
(1985)
GBBS
303-798-5451
LITTLETON, CO
The nection RCP/M
(1984)
Verlon Rogers
303-798-5758
LITTLETON, CO
AE Line: Individual Password
(1985)
303-799-9733
ENGLEWOOD, CO
Stampede
(1988)
303-825-0419
DENVER, CO
C.D. Players, Comptr Discnt
(1988)
303-827-9730
DENVER, CO
ESC BBS
(1978-1998)
Patrick Riedel
303-830-2921
DENVER, CO
Mojave Net
(1988)
Claude Warren
303-831-1704
Denver, CO
CO State Judicial BBS, Colorado State Judicial BBS, COSUG
(1989-1995)
Scott Hopta
303-832-5850
DENVER, CO
Club Micro, Club Micro HST
(1987-1989)
Don Marquart
303-841-3721
Denver, CO
Dragon's Shadow, GBBS Dragon's Shadow
(1985)
GBBS
303-841-9570
PARKER, CO
Aurora, Rocky Mtn Info Exchange [tm], Rocky Mtn Info Exchg, The Phoenix
(1987-1991)
Larry Kayser, Larry Kaiser
303-841-9572
PARKER, CO
Rocky Mtn Info Exchange [tm], The Phoenix
(1989-1995)
Larry Kayser
303-860-0126
DENVER, CO
Central Denver, The Cyber-Zone
(1988-1989)
Jonathan Wood
303-860-9259
DENVER, CO
Free Thought BBS, Galt's Gulch
(1989)
Bill Williams
303-861-0814
DENVER, CO
The Cook BBS
(1989)
Richard Harper
303-897-9037
DENVER, CO
TBBS Aurora Computer Peripherals
(1984)
303-920-1263
BROOMFIELD, CO
Nix Pix, NixPix, NixPix USA
(1989-1996)
Wildcat
303-933-0701
LITTLETON, CO
The Eagle's Nest
(1989-1994)
Ron Olsen
303-933-2287
LITTLETON, CO
USA Today Distribution BBS
(1989)
Jack Rickard
303-935-3577
DENVER, CO
D-Link III, Fantasy Mountain II
(1989-1991)
Mark Haines
303-936-2791
Denver, CO
D Link-1, D-Link 1
(1978-2007)
Robert Wells, Bob Wells, Jerald CapeProprietary and Wildcat!
"Dr. Bob Wells (WD?GSE) is now a silent key. I run D Link-1 in the Denver Area now on one of 30 IP adresses in 63.227.33.x as there is no hosting. This is to challenge the BBS'er to "dig" for it. D Link-1 was and is designed for teaching beginners the wiles of white-hat hacking and network troubleshooting. From it's very beginnings, using a pair of 300 baud modems and software written in BASIC the BBS was there for learning. Since Bob's passing away, I have resurrected D Link-1 with both Dial-Up and Telnet access. There is even a Packet Node and EchoLink/IRLP VOIP feature on the telnet connection, along with five remote desktops accessed via VNC for member use. As far as I know D Link-1 is the longest running BBS in the history of cyberspace. At least here in colorado." - Jerry, KA?TXW
303-937-9569
DENVER, CO
Musicians Den
(1988)
Andy Velasquez
303-939-9272
BOULDER, CO
Boulder County, Into The Wind
(1988-1989)
Dana P'Simer
303-963-3688
DENVER, CO
Top Of The Rockies BBS, TOP OF THE ROCKIES BBS
(1987-1994)
303-969-9510
DENVER, CO
The Short Line
(1987-1988)
Alan Applegate
303-972-1222
LITTLETON, CO
REGENCY DATA, Regency Datasource QuickBBS, Southern Hub
(1988-1994)
Charlie Bass
303-972-4181
LITTLETON, CO
Denver Area Net, Microlink 0, Microlink A, MICROLINK B, Microlink Hub, MICROLINK NET, Net-104 Support, Reg 15 SDS Coord, Reg 15 SDSCoord
(1986-1990)
Girard Westerberg
303-972-9600
LITTLETON, CO
Microlink, MICROLINK B
(1988-1992)
Girard Westerberg
303-973-0625
LITTLETON, CO
SnarfQuest V - The Tower
(1989-1993)
Radford Walker
303-973-1002
LITTLETON, CO
Computer Consulting, Computer Consulting BBS
(1989-1994)
Jim Bucks
303-973-2167
LITTLETON, CO
lectronic ocksmith (tm) RCP/M EM-X
(1985)
Steve Ekwall and Laura Conlon "Dualing Sysops"
303-973-4222
Lakewood, CO
Boardwatch BBS, Boardwatch Magazine, BoardWatch Magazine BBS, USA Today Distr, USA Today Distr , USA Today distr. bbs
(1989-1996)
Jack RickardTBBS
303-973-5478
LITTLETON, CO
Club Micro HST
(1989)
Don Marquart
303-973-9338
LITTLETON, CO
Denver Area, Denver Fido, Denver Fido #56, Denver's Fido, FIDO #56 Denver-Fido, Mile Hi Tech, Reg 15 Echo Coor
(1984-1990)
Oscar BarlowFidoNet
303-973-9402
LITTLETON, CO
SnarfQuest
(1988)
John Denny
303-978-0298
Denver, CO
AMIS Denver, SHANNONS'
(1985)
AMIS
303-980-9413
DENVER, CO
The Cemetary
(1988)
Leviathan
303-985-1108
DENVER, CO
Lakewood MURCP/M SYSTEM #1, Lakewood RCPM/RBBS, RCP/M RBBS Lakewood
(1983-1985)
Gary Shaffstall
303-985-3713
Denver, CO
GBBS Sancho's Forest, Sancho's Forest
(1985)
GBBS
303-985-9184
DENVER, CO
AE Line: CASTLE, AMIGA
(1985-1991)
Scott Snodgrass
303-987-7388
DENVER, CO
COMPUTER CRIME , Computer Crime/Poli , Public Service RBBS
(1986-1994)
Larry Sheideman
303-988-2133
DENVER, CO
The Odysseus
(1988)
Bill Willoughby
303-988-8155
DENVER, CO
Unknown TBBS
(1985)
Henry Birdseye
303-989-8470
DENVER, CO
Dementia
(1987)
GBBS Pro
303-989-9245
DENVER, CO
Deaf Net, Deaf-Net BBS, Denver Deaf-Net GBBS APPLE
(1989-1994)
Dave Sheneman
233 Sysops currently listed.
330 BBSes Listed.