I had to go to KC for work this week, and on Tuesday I decided to go to a Royals game. At the Royals game I found 3 quarters and 4 pennies on the ground next to a concession stand. I also found another quarter while walking around the concourse.
You might remember from the Missouri State basketball game I went to a few months ago, then you remember the picture game Chris and I played. Well we played again for this Royals game (Bascially, Chris just gives me a list of things to get pictures of during the game).
Here was Item #1, somebody wearing a Jersey of a team NOT playing in the game. This was a Indians vs Royals game, yet somebody was wearing a Mets jersey. Good picture, since I am a Mets fan (Sorry Brian, I grew up in NYC).
Item #2 - Somebody wearing the hand out that night, a Hot Dog Race T-Shirt. (Relish won)
Here is the back of the Hot Dog Shirt.
This was not a picture for Chris, but check out the fans tailgateing before the game. This was a Tuesday game, and the Royals have been awful for years. Yet there was a few hundred people tailgateing before the game. Way to go KC fan!
Check out the upper deck. As proud as I was for KC fan to be tailgateing, I was very dissapointed in seeing this. Can you tell where the $8 section ends, and the $12 section begins? Seriously Royals fan, get up and move to a better seat. I know the Ushers outnumber the fans at Royals games, but come on!
Along with being an amateur coin finder, I am also a amateur photographer. I have had an interest in photography since I took a photo class in High School (In fact many of the framed pictures that we have hanging in our place are pictures that I took). Over the last few years, I haven't done much with the hobby, but then a few weeks ago, Marti and I went to an art fair, and people were selling framed pictures of stuff that I could have taken. So, I plan on trying to take and post more of my photos for your enjoyment. These are all from the Royals game. Let me know which ones you like. I'm curious to see if they are the same as my two favorites.
I promise that I did not move the paper when I got up. So the hotel person was able to slide it under the door that much! I was amazed. Marti thinks they had to use the sideways flick to get it that far. I'm not sure how it happened. I just know this is that I stay at a good number of hotels (I'm a Diamond VIP Hilton Honors member thanks to traveling for work) and I have NEVER seen the bill that far away from the door. Whoever threw this might want to contact the Royals, as they can always use a few good arms in the bullpen!
Total since last post - $2.53
Total for the Race - $228.28