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Not a lawyer but I’ve paid for a number of them 

 

In public : does not include a privately owned property.  I can have a beer in my yard but not on the street 

 

The venue may have a smoking policy 

 

greg r u going to RR??

 

 

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No red rocks for me. My range is about a hundred miles from home, a couple hour drive. I have this theory. If you sit still, they will come to you. Granted, the tour bus has never been parked out front of my house but a couple hour drive gets me a half dozen shows a year, if I have the time and money to spare. 

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23 minutes ago, Greg from Chestertown said:

.... My range is about a hundred miles from home, a couple hour drive..... 

I'm tht way too but extend the range to a couple hundred miles, or farther for special shows like the Ohio Jubliee and Springfield.   Albany, New York is a train ride other than car and I'll go that far just to take my older brother to a show.  I don't want to fly anymore. I'm taking my father's advice who was on seven flights in a row that went bad The last one having flames coming out of the engine the whole length of the plane. But if I left today I might be able to drive to Red Rocks in time for the show....As some of you know I drive slow.

Peace and love,

Doc

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Red rocks is fortunately a hometown show for me. We live 15 minutes away maybe 20. 

 

However this is is a special show. RR is one of America’s live music Mecca’s. I’m sure we can all name a few others. Definitely worth the trip. If you got the time and the dime. 

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One of America’s Mecca’s, The Ryman, is one of my least favorite venues to see live music. Saw Panic Sunday accoustic and you are scrunched into a church pew with the least amount of room to move at any venue or do like me and go to the balcony and groove and get constantly hassled by security to go to a seat and get no sound or sight. 

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Got a Saturday and Sunday to hike a few miles 

any recommendations on trails around boulder ? 

Also i’ve Decided to tone down my show expectations and just let what happens, just kinda happen ... 

What ever that means... 🤷🏽‍♂️

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Mount Sanitas is a nice casual hike with good returns. Hop on along Sunshine Canyon Drive, just above Boulder. However the Flat Irons are epic. If you hike to the arch, be prepared to have noodles for legs that night. Truly a staircase to heaven. 

 

BTW, went to school with a crazy, "live on the edge" kinda guy who use to free climb  some of those formations. I'll post a picture later. 

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Fellow Hikers, don’t forget about the thin air out there. It will bring you to your knees if you are not used to it. Found out the hard way many years ago. Peace, See You There

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13 hours ago, stillrockinout said:

Fellow Hikers, don’t forget about the thin air out there. .........

 

Good point ! 

Why anyone would extreme hike i can't imagine . 

Flat Irons from Gregory Canyon on the list..and South Arapahoe peak .... enough of this hiking BS,  let's get back to the show.   

...echoing  MDW: safe travels. 

see some of you friday. 

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12 hours after getting off a

plane from BWI to Denver,

I dragged my friend to the

summit of Mt Bierstadt and

almost killed us both.

Today is a welcome off day

before Boulder 1.

 

Save travels all.

Praise DSO.

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Wishing everyone a great time at Red Rocks tonight. My wife, HomeyJ, was at the original show. 9.8.83. and will be there tonight celebrating her recent retirement and recent 60th birthday. She hasn't lost a step. Have fun, honey!

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