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Undeniable sign of spring: Didgeridoos on the Pearl Street Mall

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Saturday on the Pearl Street Mall in Boulder was so absolutely gorgeous that probably 50 percent of the out-of-towners strolling the area are now seriously thinking about moving to the city. Of course, they'll change their minds as soon as they learn more about housing costs. But they'll be left with permanent memories of the wonderful atmosphere, enhanced by street performers and amateur musicians like the didgeridoo players seen here, who were out in force. The oddball blend of humanity had Colorado written all over it. Aren't you glad you live here? And if you don't, bet you wish that you did...

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