The banner was draped on a stone pillar located at the end of the driveways to Pence's home and that of a cheeky neighbour, the Aspen Times reported.
The Secret Service agents were not at all disturbed about the banner, Buglione said.
"He was real sheepish and thought he might be confronted by the Secret Service or deputies who'd tell him he couldn't do it", DiSalvo said.
He added that the vice president's security have been "really nice". "When they said, 'We're not here to control your free speech rights, ' they came out with chili and began feeding them".
The couple living in the home didn't reply to requests for comment by The Times.
The publication reported that the banner was put up by the daughters of the couple staying in the home neighboring Pence's vacation retreat and their girlfriends.
LGBT advocates have previously showed their opposition to Pence.
In 2006, Pence supported a constitutional amendment that would have defined marriage as between a man and a woman.
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While serving as a congressman, Pence described traditional marriage as the institution "that forms the backbone of our society" and once feared that marriage equality legislation would lead to "societal collapse".
Pence has always been a critic of gay rights.
Since entering the White House, Pence has been less outspoken but in October a shocking report claimed President Trump once joked that the Vice President "wants to hang" all gay people.
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Prior to becoming vice president, then-Indiana Governor Pence signed a religious freedom bill into law in 2015, only to issue a clarification after the state was threatened with widespread boycotts over concerns the law discriminated against the LBGT community.