On the last Wednesday of May, I found myself at Coors Field Stadium in Denver, Colorado, to attend a Rockies’ game.
I would not call myself the biggest baseball fan, but baseball games are great. It is a guaranteed good time, and not to mention, the tickets were only $8.
My favorite part of baseball is the culture, specifically the food and the beer. How American of me, right,
Baseball games have been the greatest American pastime for many years now, and the culture is half the reason it has preserved.
I continued to preserve the great tradition, indulging in an overpriced hot dog and overpriced beer.
Oh, but I did not stop there…
My earliest memories at baseball games involved dip’n dots. I LOVE DIP’N DOTS, and honestly, the dip ‘n dots are 99% of the reason that I made an appearance at the baseball game. I finally got my fix, after being clean of dip’n dots for at least seven years.
While I could not tell you who won the game, I can say that I had a great time, with even better company.
I was taken out to the ball game and taken out to the crowd. I did not buy any peanuts or pepper jacks. I did root, root, root for the Rockies, because if they did not win it would have been a shame.
What is your favorite American pastime?