No two towns are quite alike, but as a guy who’s been all over the US I can testify that Denver ranks pretty high on the uniqueness scale. Its geographic location is a big part of the equation, to be sure, and the culture that has emerged from its particular history makes it not quite like any other city in America.
Here are few things that I’ve learned since I first moved West in 1993.
You’ll probably feel the lack of oxygen the first time you have to truck up a couple flights of stairs. You’ll adjust, but depending on where you’re from, maybe not fast enough. Continue reading The Scrogue’s Guide to Denver and the DNC: packing and survival guide (tips on transportation, altitude and the Mile High vibe)