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Future Denver Exhibit . . So, this is what I've been working on for the past couple months. Myself and members of CoWLUG were asked to build an exhibit for the History Colorado Center in Denver for display this summer. It has four sections - Contemporary, Geological, Old West and Future Denver. I worked on the Future Denver section with L D M and a couple of other CoWLUG members, including my mom - I know - but her building skills are coming along. So the story behind the section is that in the future there aren't any cars, so the Denver Bike program with rental stations has taken over. The buildings keep moving up higher to fresher, cooler air, so that's why some of the smaller condos are on scissor jacks. The energy used is made through recycled junk - so there's a junkyard. And other power comes from hybrid crystal plants of some sort. The most used public transportation is the elevated monorail. Oh, and extraterrestrials have decided to move in too. If you get to Denver this summer, it's on exhibit from May 26 - Aug 1, 2012. Yeah that's TWO Super Star Destroyers. We were sitting around one night talking about what would be a cool skyscraper design. I looked over at the shelf where my Executor was sitting and one of us said, "Hey wouldn't it be cool if we could stand it on end?" And so that's when we called another member to borrow theirs. I took off the engines, sandwiched them together and added supports with a train tunnel. And what do you know? It does look cool standing on end.

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