Here we are, youngest daughter and I in the back, son, grandson, and hubby in front. My parents are absent from this picture because they took the pictures. You can see other knitters in the background.
They were taking donations of hats for chemo patients. I had one done before we went and hoped to finish this second one but I was paying too much attention to the game and not enough on the knitting so while the Rainers went plink with the bat I went tink with the needles. At one point in the game they had the knitters stand up with their work and showed us on the big screen. I let my daughter stand in for me. She was too busy with the game and never even got her crocheting out!
And here is Froggy's friend. He enjoyed the first two innings...maybe? But he is a boy after all and it was more fun to run up and down the stairs, sit on grandpa's lap, go buy a hot dog, ask for cotton candy (which he didn't get under threat from his Dad), and enjoy smidgets of the game in between the other activities. It was his first ride on MAX as well and he was ready after the third inning to ride the train again. Hmmm, cost of a MAX ticket for a kiddo: $1.40, cost of a drink or snack for the train: under $5, keeping a kiddo entertained for hours while you knit: priceless