In lieu of my usual Tired Tuesday post (in a shining example of Freudian slip and wishful thinking, I almost typed “Wuss-out Wednesday”), I will continue sharing pictures of the Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs’ Purple in the Park for March of Dimes last Saturday night. As I mentioned, it was a great time for a good cause, Mohawk Valley adventuring at its finest.
They painted the March for Babies logo on the field. I was a silly wizard at the March for Babies event in May. Perhaps you read my blog posts about it.
I tried to get a shot of the outfield. As you can see, I’m nobody’s photographer. I hope to practice and get better, maybe even learning to use my digital camera. In the meantime, I crave your indulgence.
This was early on, as you can see by how clean their pants are (why DO ball players wear white?). I don’t know what these fellows were looking at or talking about.
In the foreground are the Visitor Bleachers. Behind them, we saw a few people sneaking a long distance view of the game. I think they must live nearby, because I saw them leaving and returning by a path through the trees.
This was the view behind us. I did not mention yesterday that we were on the Sky Box, a really cool place to sit. It is right over the Dawgs’ dugout.
So these are the rest of the pictures I took. At least, I took a few more, but these were the best of the bunch. I still have not said a whole lot about the game or about the March of Dimes, but, you know, it is Tired Tuesday.