I've been fortunate to make it to 2 of the first 3 (Salt Lake City, Utah & Harrisonburg, Virginia) and enjoyed them enough to decide go to Colorado this year as well, even though the late September 27 & 28 dates weren't ideal with my work schedule. That's what my (typically underused) vacation days are for.
Speaking of work, I probably wouldn't be going if it wasn't for all of the travel that my company sends me on. I was lucky enough to have enough frequent flyer miles on US Airways to get the Denver flight for free. Even though you can't fly anywhere "direct" out of Jacksonville, Florida, you can't knock free.
So I know it's early, but I'd love to solicit some advice on things to do / places to fish while in the Boulder area. I've traveled to a lot of places, but never there. I know from my Google Analytics that I have a few Colorado readers (unless Howard is just hitting 'refresh' over and over and over).
Thursday and Monday are more or less travel days, although I do get in around noon local time on Thursday, leaving the second half of Thursday, all of Friday and Sunday (the event is Saturday) open to do whatever.
So where should I go and what should I do?
(4:20 jokes are OK, but not my thing)
Any suggestions are welcomed in the comments below.
Oh, and if you're going, let's make arrangements to (at minimum) say hello. One of the best things about writing a blog is all of the people it gets you virtually introduced to over time. It's great to put faces to names over a handshake and/or some liquid refreshment.