April 21, 2007

Solar Power

All you have to do is step outside this morning to understand why there were so many walk-ups yesterday: suddenly the weather has taken a turn for the beautiful and the prospect of a few hours in the stands is actually quite pleasant.

That being the case, the CTS and I are throwing caution to the wind and taking off for the Queen City later today. Be on the lookout for photos tomorrow.

5 comments to “Solar Power”

  1. KC2HMZ says:

    Cool! I was going to go outside for awhile to look for that four-leaf clover to counter The Alex Madrid Effect. But now it seems the Reds will already have on hand the only good luck charm they’ll need. 😉

    Looks like you’ll have a good day for it. They’re forecasting a sunny day with light winds and high temperatures in the mid-70’s. Should be just right for those concerts, and even after it cools down (probably to the high 50’s) in the evening, it shouldn’t be too chilly to enjoy the game. Have fun! 😎


  2. Red Hot Mama says:

    We’re looking forward to it. We’re going to try to make it to the Screaming Mimes concert beforehand, so it’s going to be quite the activity-filled day.

    You have fun watching the game too. But not too much fun. 😉

  3. smartelf says:

    I am going to the game also… I’ll try to “C” u there… I assume you will be wearing something RHM related so I’ll try to spot you if I can. If you read this beforehand post and let us know where you will be at so we can say hello.

  4. Redsfan68 says:

    Dunn, LF
    Phillips, 2B
    Conine, 1B
    Gonzalez, SS
    Hamilton, RF
    Encarnacion, 3B
    Ross, C
    Milton, P

    I guess RHM left for the ball park before the line-ups were posted.
    Shemight have thought twice about it…
    It looks like Narron pulled names from a hat.

  5. smartelf says:

    This one was a real bummer and a total sellout of 39,000+ so needless to say I did not see RHM.. next time you should let us know where to meet you at! So far this year I have gone to 5 games and the Reds have won 3 of them. The starting pitcher for the 2 losses: Eric Milton.