WHERE HAVE Y'ALL BEEN THE LAST FEW YEARS?
This pic was taken at a shop on Denver's 16th Street Mall. Hate to break this to you, kids, but between Capri pants, tattooed ankles, Birkenstock sandals and low-rider pants, Ugg(h) styles on women have been very in-style for quite a while now! This is especially true since the Great Hosiery Embargo of the late '90s went into effect and bare legs became the norm, even during Wintertime and/or in professional office decorum situations. Talk about winning "Ugg"-ly...
I thought this was pretty cool stuff—this is a replica of Coors Field on display at the ESPN Zone in Denver. It's made solely out of recycled Coors beer cans, bottle tops and cardboard boxes. Far superior to their beer, that's fer sure...
Quite possibly the most unique feature of Denver's 16th Street Mall is the row of concrete chess/checker tables. Astonishingly, I witnessed quite a few people seriously pursuing this pastime too. Now, if they'd see fit to install a concrete Monopoly or Trivial Pursuit table or two, I'd be game to play...
If it don't, it should! This would be the home of one Mindy McConnell, whose abode was taken over by a certain alien from the planet Ork who bore a strong resemblance to actor Robin Williams. Located at 1619 Pine St. in lovely Boulder, Colorado, this house is now shrouded by trees that have grown rather profusely since "Mork & Mindy" debuted in 1978. At least they finally took down the wall that obscured the first floor of the place because too many tourists/weirdos were knocking on the front door looking for Mr. Bickley. Nimnuls!
WELCOME TO MUTUAL OF OMAHA'S "WILD KINGDOM"
In a scene reminiscent of TV's "Northern Exposure", those would be real live mooses (meese?) in this pic hanging out on a street corner in lovely Estes Park, Colorado. I actually thought they were statues at first when I passed by in the car until a couple of them started moving! Too bad I didn't have a few Hershey bars handy or we could've had chocolate moose, per The Swedish Chef!