Just another Friday night in Boulder.

Via on Aug 22, 2009

Eco Realtors: Pedal to Properties. Twig Salon. prAna Fashion show (with my dog, Redford). Senator Bennet party.

We’ve known the gang at Pedal to Properties, an “only-in-Boulder” confection of green, fun, biking about and successful business that’s taken root in Boulder, and continues to rapidly grow. I popped by their new schwanky Boulder offices on my way to Twig, a new natural salon where I was getting styled for prAna ecofashion show before going to Senator Bennet’s party downtown, which I was hosting, and (not) speaking at (they canceled me at last minute for Congressman Jared Polis, who’s slightly more important, powerful, rich, intelligent and eloquent than I).

Redford stole the (prAna fashion) show, damn him.
Redford stole the (prAna fashion) show, damn him.

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One Response to “Just another Friday night in Boulder.”

  1. [...] My dog is a good boy. He’s great with children. Alone among 10 dogs running off leash, he’s almost always the first to stop playing and come back if called. If he’s had enough exercise, he’s the perfect dog. If he hasn’t—or if he runs into a favorite human being, he’s highly excitable—in a harmless but loud, happy, yelpy, houndy, butt-wiggling way. Overall, obedience-wise, I’d give him a B+. And yet—under our current leash laws—he has to be left at home every day, unless I put him in the back seat of a car (I don’t own one, anymore, thanks to our Boulder being so bike-able) and then deposit him in an office. [...]

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