Royalty Tours USA

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Royalty goes to Auburn, NY to see nightcap of minor league doubleheader!

Ticket and Credential courtesy of Stadium Journey
After we had early dinner in Rochester, we went to Auburn, NY which is about 100 miles from Rochester.

We arrived in Auburn just before the gates opened at 6PM. Paul Derrick went to the window to pick up the credentials and tickets for the game that they left for us as guests of Stadium Journey. See picture for proof.

In addition, it was dollar beer night. They also sold hot dogs and peanuts for a buck as well.

We all got our money's worth and then some.

Furthermore, our pal Peter Farrell from Buffalo surprised us and he showed up just before the first pitch.
I want to thank him for being part of our night.

As for the game we saw, the Auburn Doubledays lost to the Hudson Valley Renegades, 3-1.

After the game, Peter asked to join him at Jim's Steakout which is a Buffalo institution for the last the 30 years.
Since we we're spending the night at the same Super 8 in the Buffalo area, we decided to join him.
They claim to have the best damn hoagies in Buffalo, No Bull.

After having one, I must say I definitely agree with that statement wholeheartedly.

It was a great way to end another great day in the life of royalty.

Stay tuned for the next installment of this memorable journey.

Thank you for reading and following along.

Yours truly,

Gary Herman

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