I can’t believe I completely forgot to blog about our rodeo outing a couple weeks ago! Yes, people; I went to a rodeo. My first ever! Okay, well, it wasn’t a full-on rodeo. There was no roping or barrel racing or anything like that. This one was just Championship Bull Riding (you have to capitalize it, it’s that cool) at the Bergeron Rodeo Grounds in Davie, FL.
Fanless, Eric and I met up with our friends, the Dean and the Chin families, and took some goofy pictures before the event.
It probably would have been way more exciting if we weren’t sitting so far from the chute the bulls come out of. It’s that red gated area aaaaallll the way over to the right side of the photo. Who knew going to the rodeo is like checking in for a flight? Apparently you need to get there a couple of hours early because the place was super-packed. On the plus side, because we were so far away we couldn’t smell any bull poop, so that was good.
This was the part with the singing of the National Anthem.
I don’t remember what this guy’s purpose was. I think he was supposed to rope the runaway bulls?
Like this guy. (That was a super zoomed in picture, hence the graininess. But check out the size of that bull!)
A really terrible picture of a very hot and sweaty trio (Eric, me and Fanless). Seriously, they need to invest in some giant ceiling fans in that place. Oh, and do not adjust the color balance on your monitor; I really AM that white.
Poor Charlie. After an hour she was rodeo’ed out, sweet little thing.
After the rodeo, Fanless and I took Eric to Joe’s Crab Shack. He’d never been and it’s one of our favorite places. Here he is getting ready to wash down his steampot with a gigantic mug of Blue Moon.
Eric’s very first steampot ever! He did not leave a single morsel behind.
And this was Fanless’. He got his usual, the Ragin’ Cajun.
I got the crab nachos. They were huge! I think I ate about 1/8 of that.
And that was our night! We had a great time and we’re actually planning to go back in November for the “real” rodeo.
That’s all for now. Peace out, yo!