My Day at Lambeau 11/10/13
My dad was fortunate enough to acquire some tickets to yesterday’s Packers-Eagles game at Lambeau Field. Now, as some of you may know, the Packers lost. This is an unfortunate fact, but here’s the thing: It still is one of the best things to do. If you are a football fan, and have never been to Lambeau Field: BOOK IT! It’s amazing. The history, the crowd, the…..electricity. You can feel it. There’s just a sense of awe that comes with walking through your own little tunnel and coming into the main concourse. Here are some pics from my trip to Lambeau Field yesterday!
My dad will do whatever he can to not blend in. He can be seen here wearing a plain brown jacket and his Fred Fintstone hat…..
This is what I’m talking about the lore of the Packers. The 1967 NFL Championship game will live in immortality.
The “Front” gate to Lambeau Field. The Oneida Nation gate. This, combined with the Atrium on Lombari are the most popular entrances.
Settling into our seats! (From Right to left) Myself, my friend Jake Forchini, and my brother Ray
One of the brand new “Jumbotrons” that Lambeau Field has to offer.
Here comes the Pack!
The card stunt honoring the veterans of the United States Military
The Packers put on a “Card Stunt” where everybody had a different colored card honoring the mixture of football and veterans day.
Mark Chmura: Superbowl XXXI winning Tight End for the Green Bay Packers from 1992-1999
Chester Marcol: Former Packers place-kicker from 1972-1980
While the offense didn’t struggle to move the ball, they couldn’t quite punch it into the end zone on Sunday.
The “Tundra Line” is at every single home game, pumping up the crowd!
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