If I had to limit myself to a single TV series to get my Iverson fix, I would be tempted to go with "The Roy Rogers Show." So far I've seen about half of the 100 episodes made from 1951-1957. I'd love to get my hands on the rest, but they've been a little hard to find. The episodes I've watched are a treasure trove of Iverson rocks.
They're all named after nearby Saddlehorn Rock, above — still found at the site, amid some condos, and still boasting its distinctive saddlehorn shape. Saddlehorn Shed was one of a number of structures that were built in the Saddlehorn area around the late 1940s, adjacent to the widely filmed two-story relay station known as Saddlehorn Relay Station (sometimes called Batman Relay Station). The relay station, as it is remembered today, was named after either Batman Rock or Saddlehorn Rock, two of the better-known rocks in the area north of Garden of the Gods, and a small cluster of buildings that existed for a short time to its west is sometimes referred to as Saddlehorn Village. The whole area is full of condos now.