A couple of months ago, we saluted the Fuck Yeah Colorado! site. But there are more specific places within our fair state worth saying "Fuck yeah!" about -- like Boulder, which is the love object at the center of the Fuck yeah, Boulder! tumblr.
Here are our ten favorite posts from the site. Do we think you'll enjoy them? Fuck yeah!
Number 10: Government improvement program That's one way of putting politicians to the acid test. Number 9: On the rocks A trip to Chautauqua on a day like today is capable of putting anyone into a contemplative state of mind. Click to continue our Fuck yeah, Boulder! countdown. Number 8: Let it snow! Everywhere looks more beautiful with eighteen-inches of snow on it -- especially in the heat of summer. Number 7: Art on the down-low On the Pearl Street Mall, the sidewalk watches you back. Click to continue our Fuck yeah, Boulder! countdown. Number 6: Field of Dreams A national championship team played here. Really. We're not kidding. Number 5: Cold hearts Wonder what they lead to.... Click to continue our Fuck yeah, Boulder! countdown. Number 4: The choice is yours It's all Greek to us. Number 3: Go fly a kite! The real name is Into the Wind -- but to us, it's always been The Kite Store. And we love it. Click to continue our Fuck yeah, Boulder! countdown. Number 2: The view from up here. Not bad -- unless you have a problem with beauty. Number 1: Represent! Born to be in Boulder.
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