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RiNo Revisited

Out of the house for the second weekend in a row.

The RiNo Art District downtown is really cool to photograph.  The art is constantly changing.

It has been over a year (or a new camera or two) since our last visit and most of the art work has been replaced.

I am getting ahead of myself.  First off, we went to a visit a cool ice cream shop (I couldn't tell you the name of the place, it is in Denver and has a vintage airplane on the roof:


Nice place. The ice cream parlor was closed of course so we will have to go back there sometime in the future.

Okay off to RiNo.  

I won't bore you with words.  Here are the pictures:















That's it for today people....

As always, stay safe and healthy.  Our trip to Israel depends on people not being stupid so wear a mask and stay home if you are sick.  Thank you.









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