Monday was our 13th Anniversary. For our special day, we decided to take a jaunt to Kansas City and visit the National WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial. If you have never had the chance to go, it is definitely interesting. Part of the tour allows visitors to go to the top of the memorial and look down on Kansas City. The view was spectacular! I took this photo looking north towards the downtown area. I hope you all enjoy!
Kansas City from Liberty Memorial
Baseball season is in full swing, and so I wanted to post a picture for the season. Last September, my wife and I went to a Kansas City Royal’s game with a few of our friends. That night (for those of you in the know) was Zack Greinke’s first game back pitching at Kauffman Stadium. The Royals were facing the Angels, and it was bound to be a great game. In the bottom of the 9th, Royals were down 3-1, with one man on and Butler coming to the plate. The Angels pulled Greinke, and their reliever came in to close out the game. On his second pitch, Butler cranked a two-run homer to center field, which tied up the game. The next batter was our catcher, Salvador Perez, who (on his first pitch) crushed the ball off of the left field pole for his first walk-off home run of his career. Hope you enjoy this picture of Perez in the pre-game warm ups for the pitcher.
Bird’s Eye View of the Bullpen
Back in November, my wife and I went to the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum in Kansas City. This sidewalk caught my eye, and so (shockingly) I had to take this picture. Now it is up to you to decide if you like the color one better, or the Black and White one. Feel free to post comments!
So I went and played in a golf tournament today in Kansas City at The Deuce at the National with some of my coworkers. Because the weather was picture perfect, I decided I should take my camera. Turns out, it WAS picture perfect! I took a lot of pictures, but this reflection of my buddy Bob getting ready to tee off was too good to pass up. Hope you all enjoy!
Keep your eye on the ball, Bob