My Global Yodel from downtown Boulder

brain.jpgGlobal Yodel is a website about “travel through a local lens.” It’s a cool idea, asking writers and photographers to contribute blips from their bases. I submitted this photo from the Pearl Street Mall of didgeridoo players. It includes a short interview with me about exploring my current hometown:

A perfect day in Boulder? An early-morning hike, followed by breakfast at the farmer’s market (Saturday mornings in the summer and fall). Follow that with a bike ride (the city has cheap red rentals all over the place), then a concert at Chautauqua or the Boulder Theater, both legendary places for musicians to play.

For the visitor? Walk the Boulder Creek path upstream from the library and take a dip if you don’t mind the snow-melt temperatures.

A perfect meal? A sandwich on the courthouse lawn on a sunny day—and there are many, many sunny days. LINK->

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