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Animals of the Pacific…that you won’t find in Downtown Denver

Judging by this bird’s proximity to the Malecon in Puerto Vallarta and his calmness in enduring countless idiots getting as close as possible with their iPhones…I’m thinking he is actually expecting someone to walk up to him and just hand him a fish. Or a tip.

Animals of the Pacific…that you won’t find in Downtown Denver

I, probably like you, have never given much thought to this. But at the neighborhood butcher in Puerto Vallarta the other day, I was reminded that these guys also have feet…until they don’t. Better for crossing the road. They make their way to the grocery stores, too. Well priced and taste like chicken

Animals of the Pacific…that you won’t find in Downtown Denver

Shop Dogs. All over the world, faithful little guys stand, or lay, on duty to make sure all is well in “their store”. They act like they own the place. Love them! And love this one from a store on Calle Olas Altas last Sunday afternoon in Puerto Vallarta. Multitasking!

A solution here? Afoot in Denver at Robischon Gallery. By Jean Lowe, enamel on paper-mâché…

Artist and Commission. “Golden Seed” by Diane Huntress now adorning full lobby wall in the beautifully restored historic Rocky Mountain Seed Company building at 1520 Market Street in LoDo.

Nice of the City to turn the Civic Center lights all Orange and Blue. Then, they played the game…

Climbing our list! One of the nicest staircases in Downtown Denver. Do you know where it is?