“A day in the country is worth a month in town”Christina Rossetti

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Penn State Homecoming 2010

We had perfect Fall weather for homecoming this year.
If you recall, last year was the blizzard. Some fans came dressed for ready for a "white out",
even though there wasn't one - snow or otherwise!
There's my daughter, and her in-laws and friends.
Unfortunately, the football team could only make it into the end zone once for a touch down. We wont talk about the score, but Joe Pa has a lot of work to do with his young team.
At halftime, the Alumni Blue Band and Drill Team marched onto the field and gave a fun performance.
Then the alumni and current Blue Band performed together in a precision perfect drill.
Also see the "paw" in the background where you usually see the "S" for State.
Love that stuff!


Homecoming is best for spending time with friends and family. And we can't get away from the farm, even here as we tailgated by the Penn State Dairy Farm of Distinction (think wafts of smells other than grilling!).
(OK. Maybe not the score!)

1 comment:

Lois Evensen said...

It looks like you had a grand time, even though the score could have been better. Half time is a big thrill for me! I love the bands and drill teams.