Greetings everyone! This month saw the rare appearance of the back to back posts of a series with the Halloween decorations (link here). Generally I try and avoid that in order to give adequate variety for my millions of readers (I am obligated to say that to keep from having to hear how many Peeps Linda has on that crappy Fadbook site of hers). The reason for this is October’s posts were all done from the road. This has limited my post coverage to whatever I managed to bring along with me and could get done before shutting the lights out in the hotel room. Today I am actually writing from the car with our trusty Verizon stick. The light is too harsh to really post process pictures so instead I’m going to double up my series posts again with the second part of the North journey Phoadtography set. For the curious, I’ve scheduled this release to coincide with when we expect to be back home – I didn’t want to advertise that our home was vacant so kept that out of my posts up to now. So here we go with a post from the road about being on the road which can be viewed while you are on the road.
Let’s start with congratulations to Milwaukee for a a great baseball season! All those predictions and high expectations we were subjected to by local radio and TV announcers made me think for a moment my Cardinals never had a chance. Their pitching was better than my Cardinals, their hitting was better than my Cardinals and their fielding well that might have been better than my Cardinals as well. But all that doesn’t matter to a Cardinal fan now does it? .. and why is that? … cause my Cardinals are still playing !!!!
Did I mention I was a Cardinal fan? oh.. well then for the record I’m a Cardinal fan! Enough gloating, there is still one more game to get through. Now on to a staple in the Phoadtography world. The water tower. I have seen pumpkins, golfballs and a giant smiley face, but this is the first time for a basketball. This town must be in a sports dry spell if it takes this much pride in something that happened back in 1952. Whatever keeps the faith I guess.
hit the jump to see the rest of the pictures in the great trip up North series.