Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Randy and Ted at Cooperstown -- Post 358 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday

I'm posting old family photographs from my collection on Wednesdays, but they won't be wordless posts like others do - I simply am incapable of having a wordless post.

Here is one of the most precious (to me) images from my Seaver family collection:

This was taken in May 2004 in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

I am in front of the Ted Williams (a San Diego boy that my mother casually knew!) display trying to mimic Ted's batting stance (of course, I didn't realize that he was on the swing follow through in the display).

This was a fun vacation trip - we flew into Baltimore, drove yo Easton PA to celebrate my cousin's 50th wedding anniversary, then to Cooperstown, then to Watertown NY to do research, then to Toronto, on to Niagara Falls, then Mercer County PA for more research, to Washington DC for sightseeing, and back to Baltimore.  Family, research, sightseeing!  It was fun, but it was fairly cool in early May.

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Barbara Luetjen said...

For a San Diego 'boy', early May in NY would always be a 'bit cool'

Sun Dry said...

I was simply amazed at the architecture of this absolutely beautiful venue!! The environment was unbelievable. I was fortunate enough to visit venues in Chicago like this, we found awesome things one after another after another.