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... Cardinals. Finally, Shelby Miller and A.J. Pierzyski made their way to the bullpen. A few Cardinals started stretching.
But with the trade and the players just finding out about it through Twitter and the news, not their management staff, seems they weren’t in the mood to greet their fans. What a bunch of whiney babies! So no autographs in the front row.
Later we read about the "punch in the gut" aspect of the trade. We ...
... the gift shop for our Christmas ornament, then we were going to make our way back home. Josie and Mac spied an enormous stuffed animal tiger. It was $800. Needless to say, we’re not bringing that home! Also, it was almost as big as Old Blue!
Traffic was a mix of going along just fine, then bumper to bumper. We had one stop from Border Patrol. They were stopping all cars for some reason. When we got up to the queue, we were waved through. ...
The morning of Puerto Vallarta we have an all crew drill. We're hopeful that it would not take too long...or they would just let the supernumeraries (my position) go after checking in. Unfortunately, this was not the case. We had to go through the whole drill and then were divided into small groups and shown all the evacuation points on deck 7. We did not complete the drill until about ...
On the way back to San Diego we detoured out to Lake Elsinore to tour the baseball venue where the Lake Elsinore Storm play. The Storm are affiliates of the San Diego Padres.
The venue is a little ripper and the guys running it are really nice.
It has lots of great attributes for the fan and the guys have done a very good job in diversifying ...
... to the picnic. And then when I learned "the girls" were getting together for lunch on Thursday at Fran's we got to see Auntie Phyllis.
So there were all ages and generations represented. I think it was my Auntie Helen who used to say “we have so much fun together we forget we’re related.”
One of my favorite things about these gatherings is listening to the Aunts and Uncles (“Huncles” we ...