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Old Jul 15th 2005, 1:39 am
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Hello, any Brits out there in Boulder or Denver? Just moved to town from Sussex.
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Hello, any Brits out there in Boulder or Denver? Just moved to town from Sussex.
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Will Boulder County do?
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Lived in Boulder for a year a while back and love the place. Been back a couple of times since, and reminded of that damn harsh climate each time. What are you up to there, studying, working?

I've an ex-pat friend who's working in Boulder at the moment. I remember bumping into a few other Brits during my time there too, which I guess is mainly thanks to CU.

Conor O'Neils is 'the pub' to drink in IMO.
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Lived in Boulder for a year a while back and love the place. Been back a couple of times since, and reminded of that damn harsh climate each time. What are you up to there, studying, working?

I've an ex-pat friend who's working in Boulder at the moment. I remember bumping into a few other Brits during my time there too, which I guess is mainly thanks to CU.

Conor O'Neils is 'the pub' to drink in IMO.
Boulder Brewery

Walnut Street Brewery

and if you travel a bit bit further, Left Hand Brewery Tap Room in Longmont.

None of the ones I know have any conection with CU , we must travel in different circles!
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