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    WDF Staff Wired's Avatar
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    I'm going to Denver on business in a couple of days, and it seems like I'll have a bit of spare time. Any suggestions as to what to do there?
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    Hmmm, I've never been there. You could bring your laptop and browse the WDF website... Or try to find a cool wifi cafe or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raspberryh
    You could bring your laptop and browse the WDF website...
    Already doing that

    Completely stumbled upon Red Rock Ampitheater today, hiked up it and around it, got some amazing pics. When I get home I'll have to upload them (too much of a pain in the *** doing it through the web CP interface) to my desolate website.

    love the sig quote
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    Buy a Hat, ride a horse...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wired
    love the sig quote
    you mean my sig quote?
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    Yep, no one else had posted as of that post
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    hee hee
    you know what's weird though? i'm taking biology this semester, and i was just reading in my textbook tonight and it was talking about DNA and how it's made up of those 4 letter things, something like A, T, C, and G, and then combinations of those make up different instructions like "make more insulin" or "create pigment"...
    it was like, you know how if you write a program, it ultimately comes down to just being 1s and 0s? well it's like the A, T, C, and G are the 1s and 0s of our bodies. and they make up the algorithms that create and maintain us. and we are just subroutines in this huge world that is a program...
    anyways...
    sorry about that tangent.
    did you find anything else to do in denver?
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    Hi Wired, are you still in Denver, do you have transportation?

    My roommate used to live in Boulder, which is a half an hour drive. She highly recommends Pearl Street Mall... it's five or six blocks, brick laid, with rows of shops, it has street performers and people vending from carts, lots of people hanging out...

    There's Chataqua Park (not sure of spelling) at the end of Baseline... Take Baseline west until you get there. You can stay at that area, or go hiking in the mountain.

    Boulder creek path.

    Lots of microbreweries if you drink... Southern Sun comes to mind.

    There's a butterfly pavilion on the way to Boulder.

    There are lots of places to hike. Colorado is known for that.

    For Denver... there's mile-high stadium. Colorado Rapids (MLS) or the Broncos. She says there's not a whole lot going there.

    Also, the Botanical Gardens.
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    i was already in the air on the way back when you posted that

    Suffice it to say, we were busy as hell. Red Rock was the only real sight seeing we were able to do, aside from driving around randomly.

    I'm going to set up a gallery on my site tomorrow or over the weekend, got some good shots of stuff.
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