Mariano Medina was a fur trader, a guide, a horse/pony trader and businessman in the Big Thompson Valley/Loveland area in the mid-late 1800s. He helped Loveland become a community with his toll bridge that took travelers over the Big Thompson River. He was a short-statured man, with big charisma.
They’ve been open for 15 years, but now the time has come to move on, apparently. One of Loveland’s fanciest places is calling it quits, and it sounds like you better get there quick because they're asking for their check.