After visiting Cooperstown, we drove to New York City for three days.  We had a great time taking in the sights and sounds of the big city.  We spent a day at the Statue of Liberty, which was very educational for the grandkids.  We also had the chance to see the Yankees play host to the Rays.  Rob Blum of the Yankees was kind enough to give us a tour of the magnificent stadium.  Monument Park is so special and really reflects the incredible history of the Yankee organization and the players who have played for them throughout the years.  The stadium is truly one of a kind and is a museum to all the special memories in Yankee history - which is many.  My wife and I also had the chance to see Harry Connick Jr. perform live on Broadway.  He was spectacular!!!  After the show we got the chance to talk to him and he could not have been any nicer.  It was a fantastic trip and filled with wonderful memories for me and my family!!!!


Quote of the Week

"Party big time in the Twin Cities. A tip of the hat to the Golden Gophers with a superb 31-26 W over Penn State. The Gophers are for real!”

-Dick Vitale