How do you decide when it’s the right time to embrace some kind of normalcy, while at the same time, respecting an ever-burgeoning health crisis? It’s been nearly 6 months since I’d seen a movie in the theater, which for me, is probably the longest stretch since I was 3 years old.
What do you do when your planned Metallica tour just ‘happens’ to line up with the World Series? You do both!
I was excited for my 2nd and 3rd shows of my Metallica “Black Ticket” tour — If Jason Vorhees didn’t kill me first!
My Metallica “Black Ticket” tour may start now, but the real beginning started with mullets, mustaches, and a bitchin’ Camaro. (None of which were mine.)
I’d dreamed about it for years. The “Summer of Doug”. While it wasn’t a full summer, it was an Aug that ended with a week of ballgames, Broadway, and 10 lbs.
What are my baseball trips really about? You might be surprised. Another awesome trip to Fenway Park, and a game of catch at Dodger Stadium!
What can happen over 3 years? A surprising amount of travel, a Super Bowl parade, and a World Series. And that was just the start.
With Minnesota down, the ‘first 30’ were officially in the books! But that doesn’t mean the journey is over!
Was my trip to Florida to see the Marlins and Rays an ‘obligatory’ trip? Yes, but that’s certainly not how I ‘sold’ it to my wife!
The (first) trip of a lifetime with my girls: MLB Spring Break! Over 2,600 miles from Seattle to Los Angeles and back again!
It’s a battle of the ballparks! In one corner, Nationals Park. A perfectly average ballpark in every way. In the other corner, Camden Yards, a top 5 ballpark no-doubter!
What happens when Sears decides to lay off a bunch of people? I get offered a promotion and catch a few ballgames at Miller Park and US Cellular Field.