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... with only one plan really, Tom Petty plays
at Red Rocks Amphitheater over the next few days and I plan to be there. I
figured the closer I got to Denver but not inside the city the better my odds
at finding a decent ticket price, hence my stop here today. I start firing
inquiries out on Craigslist in hopes of finding a ticket today, sip my coffee and
wait for a bite. I get one response from guy here in Fort Collins but he can't
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... nipping at the heels of the topless women.
Every 100 meters or so was a piano in the middle of 16th Street and for the majority of them a talented pianist playing it. This was really cool and what was interesting is that for the main part the pianists appeared to be either hippies/homeless (was difficult to tell). After some window-shopping in a candy store we spotted a bar with a live rhythm and blues band and we decided to settle there for a few ...