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Posted by Brian | Posted in You trippin! | Posted on 22-10-2010


We had tried earlier in the trip to go to a Washington University football game while we were in Seattle, but plans fell through and we had to find another local school to support. So when we got into Orgeon it was natural to find a Ducks game to go. We rode into Eugene on Thursday for the Oregon vs. UCLA game.

After about a half hour of maneuvering Stanley through traffic round the stadium we realized we would have to park elsewhere and ride our bikes to tailgate. We did find a parking lot full of RVs but it cost $200 for the weekend!! And seeing as we didn’t have 20 of our best friends to help chip in for that spot, we decided to keep driving. We have become accustomed to street parking but you never know exactly what kind of street you’re going to end up on. Luckily, Eugene seemed nice enough and our street parking spots worked out perfectly.

We didn’t actually go to the game, but we sure had a good time meeting other Oregon fans. I picked up an Oregon t-shirt and Maria got a hoodie and some athletic shorts. Now that we are on the west coast we get a lot more “Go Ducks” in our new apparel than we do “Go Hawks” when we are in our KU gear. Here are a few photos from our day. Thanks for following!!

From Oregon Ducks tailgate, posted by Brian Devine on 10/27/2010 (9 items)

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