Looking Back At Throwback Weekend
I’m sure this won’t be the only post of it’s kind this coming week, but wanted to go ahead and put to ‘paper’ some of the things I specifically recall & remember from Throwback Weekend. All in all, it appears it was a success and everyone I spoke to had fun or thought it was Awesome . Thanks to all for coming, without your interest and partcipation this never would have happened.
With that, here are some of my recollections/thoughts of the weekend:
Talking to Kelly’s husband about the German professor we both had at UW-Eau Claire
Tom Crabtree once again proving what a great guy he is.
Brian Carriveau is the hardest working man in the Packers blogosphere.
Alex Tallitsch photo bombing almost every photo I took of Tom & guests.
Speaking of photo bombs, this one wins for the weekend .
Simply put, Kyle Cousineau is an incredible human being.
Meeting Corey Behnke’s Aunt Gert.
As much as it was a pain in the ass lugging around my camera all weekend, I’m very glad I did.
Losing my voice Saturday night at the Abbey by being the human bullhorn.
Kareem Copeland, Rob Demovsky, Ty Dunne, Chris Jenkins & Jason Wilde made a lot of people’s night.
Getting a chance to hang with almost all of the PD Angels, mandatory appearance for everyone next year.
Robert Hammen is the man! Kyle & I both thank you from saving us having to man the grill Sunday morning.
Two words: Party. Bus.
Jello Shots make a great ice breaker.
Corey Behnke’s girlfriend Rachel is great, also the first Tony Award winner I’ve ever met.
Meeting Tom Crabtree’s Dad & Step-mom in the concourse at Lambeau, both wearing Crab Tree t-shirts
Annie Van Epern…you can’t stop her, you can only hope to contain her & good luck with that.
C.D. Angeli’s gleeful dancing at the Tailgate once he got a ticket to the game, both mesmerizing & terrifying at the same time.
Phil Hanrahan is as cool of a guy as you would think he is.
For a little girl, Amanda Lawson is a very strong chest bumper.
@TommyKGB’s wife earns MVP honors for the weekend.
Next year, 3:15 game.