Here's one from UtterBlitz (test)
Here's one from UtterBlitz (test)
cool...it works for you, so it should work for me too
Adding some pictures pre-bash.
Diane and Mike
Diane, Mike and me at lunch. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-..._5955626_n.jpg
The arch gleaming as the sun sets
This is at the bash. Small group this year. We played pool, talked, ate, and answered trivia questions. Jim, Rich, and Tim - the guys from CT are in this one and Diane who is faster than my camera is a blur
Barry Waller was there. Here he is talking to George in the Dickerson jersey who came from Korea to see the game.
Bob and Carol-Ann
Some pictures from game day. Becca, Jeff (TekeRam), David (AvengerRam) in front of the dome
Aeneas Williams signing things before the game. He signed my shirt.
In the stands
Here come the players
Sam Bradford in his first game
That's a sampling of pictures from me. Feel free to add more pictures if you have them.
Comments? Thoughts? Does anyone care?
Is anyone going to post any other pictures?
missed Doing this stuff in STL, really did. Gonna have to get to the dome next year.
Where did you eat for lunch?
By the way, nice pics UtterBlitz.:D I'd also like to hear what kind of experience those of you that went had. Barry had some good stuff, but I'd really like to hear some more observations.
I am sorry that I did not get any pictures of Carl. He wore a big Ben jersey and got a rise from the group and Barry had lots to say. Carl just can't leave the steelers at home. He did get denied from a bar because of that jersey.
The landing is getting old. Too many drunks, girls falling over, pimps, police, and loud music. I think we are going to try someplace different next time.
Barry came up to the stands before half time and stayed with us through the end of the game. He cheered, and would not watch critical plays as if he is the jinx. We annoyed some fans with all the cheering. :D
I got a old school blue and yellow Youngblood jersey for a bargain and a player's gear sweatshirt that is huge and really warm with no 55 on it. We went shopping and at the west county mall and ate at a really good Italian place called bravos.
The theme for the weekend was support your local Heros and they had many police and firefighters on the big screen playing games, winning prizes, and getting some love from the crowd. A couple of fire engines lifted a big American flag up between the dome and the dreary.
They had a kissing cam, and the crowd seemed to like it. They got stuck on two cardinal fans ( guys) that refused to kiss at the end. Very funny. The team mascot is all over the place, kinda obnoxious. Seems to be a fair amount of kids there.
The crowd was actually mostly rams fans for a change and they did a good job of cheering for the home team. It was loud. Great game, nail biter, very winnable. One extra catch, call from the officials, td from Ryan, and the game could have been ours. So close.
Here is a couple more pictures.
Fire engine and flag
Looks like you guys had fun. And nice 'stache on Waller.
Good stuff Renee! That's what I was looking for. Since I couldn't be there, hearing the stories is the next best thing. Thanks.
I congratulate them by the photos that took and really serious but that happy to be in a place with many fans of the Rams.
This year I am planning to travel to St Louis to see my first game in the Edward Jones Dome. It is going to be a very long year of and much expectation being there and knowing that incredible stage and beautiful city. I hope to know many you in my demurrage in St Louis. I leave photos them of my place in my house and when it takes photos in 1998 in game against the Dolphins. I am photographer and I could cover this game for average with Argentina.