Brain Enjoys Snowy Game In Green Bay
There is always something special about going to a football game in Green Bay, Wisconsin. If you've never been, you need to go. Even if you aren't a die-hard Packers fan like I am, seeing a game at Lambeau Field is special. I got to take in another game this past weekend with my son Chase, and it proved to be another special time up north.
Gameday in Green Bay is one huge party. The parking lots are full of grills, tents and the smell of food wafts through the air for miles. Chase and I walked up to Lambeau Field and entered near the Atrium entrance. We had to hit up the pro shop and check out all the fun that goes on inside on game day. Then it was off to find our seats.
The past several games I've been to at Lambeau, I've been in one of the newer sections. I love it there! You get your own individual seat, no bleachers! And I love being up high enough to see every play.
Before you know it, its player introductions, the national anthem, a flyover and then kickoff! As Chase and I sat and watched Green Bay battle Carolina we noticed something else. Snow. It fell slowly at first, but then by the second half, we were in a major snow event! And it was beautiful. What could be better than football in the snow in Green Bay?
Of course, a Packer victory also made the night even better and the long ride home a little easier to take as well. In the end, it was another great trip to the mecca of football and a memory that Chase and I will share together forever. GO PACK GO!