How do you tailgate when you’re rushing to Candlestick Park from work, with no time to spare? You order take-out food and get rid of the grill of course?
This game didn’t land on a Sunday.
Weekday games are always fun. Maybe it’s the idea of playing hooky or leaving work early that makes them more exciting. Maybe it’s the lights that shine at night throughout the stadium and the even colder breeze from the bay. Or maybe it’s prime time football at it’s finest.
Whatever it is, night games are intense and we were there!
It’s time to play catch up! I know, I know, I know…
I’ve been M.I.A. for far too long! So from now on, I will post photo diaries & tailgate pictures during every “Throwback Thursday” or “Flashback Friday” of the weeks to come until I catch up to present day.
What’s the point? Well, my OCD won’t allow me NOT to post these pictures up and I wouldn’t want you all thinking I’ve been slacking as a sports fan!
With back-to-back San Francisco 49ers home games this entire month, expect tons of pictures coming your way on my blog!
My long-time friend, Justin, only wanted three things for his birthday: family, friends, and 49ers football. Everyone came together to give him exactly what he wanted. We had a big group with us, celebrating at the birthday boy’s tailgate. Good food and great company. Fun, fun, fun!
So prepare to keep scrolling down the page, because I got a lot of pictures up on this one. A LOT! Enjoy!
The place was packed (more than usual), due to the fact that the 49ers just came off an amazing 2011-2012 season. Even though I only hung out for a couple hours, since I had to be on the field for work; I still had a great time.
I’m the type of person who hates surprises. Call me a bit of a control freak, but every part of me needs to know the basic who, what, when, and how. That’s just me.
However, last year’s 49ers season wasn’t expected at all and this time I can’t complain.
No one could have called it. They had a depressing 6-10 record the year before and no real sign of hope in the near future. Confronted with an NFL lockout, made it even more difficult to stay optimistic.
Who could that be on television walking by Patrick Willis after the 49ers vs Vikings preseason game?
Me, of course!!! Waldo, who?
It’s become a tradition with my family and friends to play “Where’s Datu?” My family has recorded each game that I’ve worked on the field (only three so far, but many more to come), and we watch it after, in hopes of spotting myself on t.v.
I got the second installment for you all in my San Francisco Giants photo diary! I’ve been to a few games so far and I plan on going to way more as the season continues.
This game was on a Monday and it was the only day that me and the rest of my co-workers could get together. I got the whole crew to join me at the ball park!
For those of you who don’t know me personally; besides being a full-time sports fan, I am also a part-time waitress at Hukilau. It’s located in San Jose‘s Japantown and it’s the only Hawaiian restaurant in the area, so you can’t miss it!