Great American Baseball Tour — Day 13

baseball-logo.jpgFriday, April 27, 2018

New York Mets vs. San Diego Padres
Mets won 5 to 1

It was a three-hour drive into San Diego from our hotel, even though the GPS assured us it was ninety minutes (which it was coming home after the game)! We thought that leaving at 2:00 would avoid rush hour, but apparently not. Parked about two blocks away, took the elevator, walked right into section 117 and sat down. While I was out getting a drink, Jim found out we were in the wrong place — we were in row 44 and our seats were in row 1! First time he ever got to sit right on field level so that was a nice surprise. Almost forgot, the ball girl gave him a game ball as well.

Jim with the person next to him; My view for the whole game!
When the guy moved his chair I could see the pitcher between him and the ball girl.

Jim learned to take a selfie!  Me and the Padre.

Looking up and the Scoreboard.

churrosAll the concessions were either a long walk up the ramp or up the steps.  We had found a pennant and mascot on the way in, so just got our food from the food vendors — hot dogs, peanuts, and a churro. I had never had one before. It is basically fried dough, somewhat like a donut, covered with cinnamon sugar.

Today’s Special

San Diego Padres Tree

padres brown uniformWhat we call our “football tree” can, obviously, also be made as a “baseball tree” with whatever team colors and logo you choose. Today the Padres wore their brown and yellow uniforms, as did the Padre (mascot), but they also have blue and white and several other colors.

Nowell 1139 Tree with flat oval 13″
bFB TREE BRAVESisque only $35.00
bisque + light kit $40.00
design traced onto ware + $5.00
paints and firing included if done in our studio
shown here Atlanta Braves tree painted by a student

Special price of $35.00 including light kit and logo
if ordered and paid for before May 31.
Email CarolsCarouselCreations.com or send pm to Facebook page. Bisque orders will be poured and shipped in June in the order in which they are received.

Carol’s Carousel Creations
Jim & Carol Warneke

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