Return To Titletown Celebration

by Greg on February 9, 2011 · 0 comments

in Sports, The Pack

After the Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XLV it took us about 3 seconds to decide we were going to the celebration at Lambeau Field. Actually, we knew we were going the second the Packers won because our (football obsessed) oldest son started pressing us to go when the playoffs started. He was absolutely certain the Packers were going to win it all.

The traffic was busy even two and a half hours before the event.  No parking at Lambeau field but we did get a few nice pics as the traffic moved along at about two miles per hour.

It was a cold day, man was it cold.  It was all of about 10 degrees above zero that day. We were waiting in the massive Lambeau Field Atrium with all of our cold weather gear on when we spotted one of our dear friends who works for the Packers organization. We chatted for a few minutes and then she went on her way. About 10 minutes later she came back and said “Would you like to sit in the Box Seats?”  Yes!!!!

After riding the elevator to the top, we removed all of our cold weather gear and got all snuggled into the nice warm box seats. For some reason, we then had the incredibly bright idea of going outside to experience the event up close and personal. I still don’t know what we were thinking… We had great seats in Section 115, Row 8 so the view was good but man was it cold.  As you can imagine, our young kids were not too thrilled with us after we went outside but they lived through it.

All in all it was a great time and one the kids will remember for many years. Below, I’ve posted some pictures for your enjoyment.

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