Monday, November 26, 2007

A Prairie Afternoon in Toronto






















































































The Snowbirds..... and the prairie party..... rocked.

And the Roughriders are champions.

Finally...

6 comments:

  1. sassy3:00 AM

    Great pics Simon.

    CONGRATUDATIONS on your choice of fashion statement winning Lord Grey's Cup. :)

    h/t: Bruce.

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  2. hehehe

    No more wistfully saying "Remember '89?"! WOO!

    From now on, I can wistfully go "Remember '07?" heh.

    Rider Pride, etc. :)

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  3. ya, nice shots! (if one can use that word these days).

    i was rooting for saskabush, it's the first football game i've watched in a long time and i was sorely dissapointed the camera people don't get the crotch shots they used to. there was some good buns though.

    just about barfed seeing soldiers, peter mackay and jim flaherty.

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  4. Hi Sassy! Thanks I'm glad you liked them. Because of all the barriers they had up around the stadium and the crowds it was pretty hard to shoot. I missed some really good ones.
    But don't you DARE listen to that Bruce. Fashion Queen harrumph!!!
    I put him in his place :)

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  5. Hi Jay!!! Or how about forget the 20th Century...Here comes the 21st!!
    Seriously though I am really glad the Riders won.Their fans were fabulous...as were the bomber ones too. They had a great party in the heart of stuffy Toronto...and although beer levels were...um...high. I didn't witness any obnoxious incidents.But of course I didn't go out AFTER the game. I didn't dare.... :)

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  6. Hi Scout!!! Yup I gotta admit...of all the sports uniforms...football ones show off male bums the beat!!! :)
    As for the army...it's presence was huge. They had about a dozen pieces of military equipment there and of course a recruiting tent...to get them while they are drunk.
    You know I love the boys and girls in uniform. And if I was a kid I would be thrilled to see them.
    But I thought that integrating them into the pre-game stuff was too American...

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