Friday, September 27, 2019

Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame

The past few days we had the experience of a lifetime. Noelle, my dad, her dad and myself got to experience a Eagles-Packers game at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin! We made the long, 8 hour drive on Wednesday and stayed at Noelle's aunt's house. Then yesterday afternoon we made the short drive south to the not-so-frozen tundra.
We tailgated outside the stadium with the folks from the Lambeaulance a bit
and then headed inside about a 20 minutes before game time. It was so cool to see the field in person for the first time!

The game itself did not disappoint. After trailing 10-0 early in the game, the Eagles made a comeback and led by halftime. It was close until the very end with the Eagles clinging on an interception in the endzone. Here are the highlights:
Today we went back to Lambeau to check out the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
Noelle and I had been there before back in 2001.
It was at a different location, outside the stadium back then. Today's version is a bit more modern with some interactive exhibits.
After touring the museum, we braved the rain outside to check out some statues of Vince Lombardi
and Curly Lambeau.
Sierra even got to do a Lambeau Leap!
Then it was off to Titletown Brewery for appetizers and beer.

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