Sunday, July 08, 2007

She finally made it

Kathy finally gets a close-up look at Invesco Field at Mile High. Kathy and her close friend Pam used to drive from Casper, Wyoming to attend Broncos games at the old Mile High Stadium.

Mile High Walk

Mile High Walk encircles the stadium.

Number 7

Kathy stands next to a picture if her favorite player, quarterback John Elway.

Number 77

This picture of linebacker Karl Mecklenberg hangs is the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame at Invesco Field at Mile High.

Nirvana in the Rockies

The white Bronco atop the main entrance to Invesco Field at Mile High.

Broncos charge

This sculpture of bronze stallions is located just outside of the main entrance to Invesco Field at Mile High.

Xs & Os

The ceiling of the Bronco's Team Store shows an offensive play represented by Xs & Os.

Buying out the Broncos Team Store

Kathy needed a few things for the upcoming NFL season.

A Sentimental Journey

This is the home that Kathy's parents lived in for 52 years in Glenrock, Wyoming. With the January passing of Kathy's father, Lester, and the uncertain health of Kathy's mother, Hazel, it was time for the faimly to converge on their home base and prepare it for sale.

A Unigue Front Lawn Ornament

This piece of driftwood has been in the front yard of the Nelson home for more years than anyone can remember.

A Unique History on Display

While cleaning out the garage this historical display of Wyoming license plates was found.

Moving day arrives

The Utah-based movers drove their 18-wheeler right down the alley to the rear of the property. It was a tight squeeze.

Checking things out

Grandson Zach checks out the cab of the moving van. He was later spotted in the trailer supervising the loading of his great-grandmother's possessions.

The garden

This a a panoramic composite of five pictures of the garden tended by Kathy's father, Lester, for many, many years. I'm told the best tomatoes in Glenrock were grown here.