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I have fallen in love with watching baseball in the old Kiger Stadium! The Klamath Falls Gems are a collegiate woodbat baseball team where pro-hopefuls come to practice for the summer with dreams of getting recognized. I was lucky enough to get to attend a few games as my employer, Country Financial, sponsored the team these last three years. I am proud to work for this company and especially proud to work for Gary Cheyne, and with Tom Keller.
Popcorn and Peanuts! A fuzzy french-fry mascot called Tator! A loud-mouthed guy in the stands running back and forth getting the crowd riled up! Kids eating and playing and watching the game as happy as they can be! All of these things combine in an evening of American pastime; massive field lights beaming hope and excitement through the dust from the home plate slides, stirs something in me. I can hardly say what it is, but I know I like it.
With all my heart I loved the game and the team and the stands and the food and well, everything, and yet this virtual tour was difficult for me. I was nervous standing there with my weird photography contraptions trying to capture a thousand people all in a state of movement. I also lost clarity in the night shots. Well, there are all sorts of things that I could pick on myself for, but regardless, a virtual tour was made as a gift to my employer. But rather than trusting me on how fantastically fun these games can be, or living vicariously through this virtual tour…just go to a game. The tickets are only 7 bucks.