Amy wrote:Nice photos once again! The hippo is really cute Looking forward to the evening at the MK ~ hope it was cooler for you...
Sleepy90 wrote:Amy wrote:Nice photos once again! The hippo is really cute Looking forward to the evening at the MK ~ hope it was cooler for you...
Oh dear I'm going to have to disappoint you, we left the camera in the room that night and traveled light. Guess I didn't know we had a Sub photo monster lurking.
Joe90 wrote:Soarin08 wrote:I love all the photos! They look like professional work! It's incredible.
You saw the camera lenses and tripod. I'm pretty far from a pro. But thanks anyway. I like the pics that get posted. Well most of them.
They lose a lot when they get reduced for the posts. The full size originals are fantastic on a high def 32" TV.
You have seen how long I take to get a picture. I'm not good at rushing.
Soarin08 wrote:It's the lion-ish creature there on the patch that brought me to mind of it. Is that an animal in particular? It's rare to see school crests in America short of at those high-end snobby private schools.
Sleepy90 wrote:Soarin tells us it is a red velvet cake. To me it is a ladybug and a very tasty one at that.
Sleepy90 wrote:...up for some more park hopping with the crazy brits....
Sleepy90 wrote:No Amy we did not know anyone competing it is just something we enjoy doing. The first time we saw it was about six years ago and we went to DHS on a Saturday. We went to Indiana Jones and a lady said it was closed but we could go in if we wanted, I thought strange woman she wants us to go and see something that is not running, and then she told us about the cheerleading competition. The rest is history we were hooked from day one.
There are a few teams that we have got used to seeing in the finals over the years and the coach of Bob Jones very kindly gave me his varsity lanyard a couple of years ago. I did not want to ask any of the girls for theirs as it is a memento of the time they competed but we happened to get talking to his friend in the stands and he asked if I could have it.
We really enjoy the atmosphere and have got used to what is good and bad over the years. It has become part of our holiday and is part of the reason we go when we do.
Amy wrote:Fun! I have seen a few competitions on tv and it looks like it would be fun to watch. My friend's oldest has been a cheerleader for 2 years now and would love to see something like that I'm sure
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