We call it the Tumbleweed Tour. Visitors who want to experience Denver old and new in just half an hour should head to the 1600 block of Wazee Street. On one side of the street is Rockmount Ranch Wear (1627 Wazee St., 303-627-7777), the classic Western-wear company run by the Weil family since Jack A. Weil created the snap-button shirt in 1946. The turn-of-the-last-century warehouse building has been lovingly restored, and today holds a retail outlet full of boots, shirts and Western accessories; there's even a museum of classic Rockmount designs. If this shop is good enough for visiting rock musicians, it's definitely good enough for you. And from a historic look at how the West was worn, you can cross the street to see what's winning the West today: recreational marijuana. The LoDo Wellness Center (1617 Wazee St., 303-534-5020) looks like a Banana Republic store inside — except the stock is all pot-related, right down to the thoughtful bottles of Visine — and on the outside boasts a fading mural by artist William Matthews. After a visit to both spots, you'll be drifting along with the tumbling tumbleweeds.