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11.28.2010

a taste of boulder.

fresh berries

candy store

the great american novel house

neat meat

red vespa

15 shades of blue

whole foods

yeti's best

swordfish

steak

13 comments:

communikate. said...

Looks lovely!

I would think Boulder would have snow at this time of year. I guess not! :)

jackiek said...

love it!
and by the way.... i love your blog header! it's gorgeous :)

Laura said...

Oh my goodness. I lived in Colorado Springs this past summer, and some friends and I drove through Boulder on our way to Rocky Mountain National Park and fell in love. It's just a cute and adorable town! Thanks for the pictures that make me feel all nostalgic about my summer now. :)

c.e.l.i.n.a said...

Those berries look AMAZING!
yummy

Nicole Marie said...

wow look at that landscape! and the meat!

Mary Grace said...

Looks like quite an adventure! My favorite one is with the red vespa by the window display.

P.S. I love your blog header!

Michelle said...

Your new header is lovely! :D

OH i love Whole Foods. It's like walking around in a food-based porno.

kara lynn said...

i love your new header. did i already say that and the new blog layout. i'm working on mine but i'm not so creative.

and boulder looks fantastic. if only the closest whole foods for me wasn't in salt lake i would visit weekly.

hope you had a grand thanksgiving.

xo

Kelly said...

that view of the mountains is just gorgeous.

Jessica said...

The pictures from this post and Friday's post are just lovely! Thank you for sharing these snippets of your Thanksgiving weekend. I hope it was wonderful.

Sara said...

Looks like a wonderful time!! I miss those mountians!!!

Anonymous said...

I have wanted to post something like this on my website and this gave me an idea. Cheers.

Anonymous said...

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