Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Playoff information

I remember collecting pine cones when I was a kid.
Not sure why I did it, I just remember doing it.

These are just off the sidewalk up the street from my house.

Terrell ISD has posted Tiger football playoff information on their website.

The important stuff:
The Tigers will be the home team.
Pre-Sale Tickets: $4.00 (students)/$7.00 (adults)(available at Athletic Complex beginning Wednesday)
Cost at Gate: $8.00
Parking Fee: $5.00
Game Time: 2:00PM

Stadium address: 1400 South 14th Street, Midlothian, TX.
More stadium info from the Midlothian ISD website.

Check Cliffs site and the Tribune later this week for I am sure more information.

Be sure to join the Terrell Daily Photo Facebook page. You can find photos that may not have been posted here.

Week 9 NFL picks 8-5, record for the year is 84-45. My fantasy football team won, moving my record up to 5-4.


Small City Scenes said...

We used to collect them too. I think for throwing at each other. Who knows. MB

Go Tigers!

Kate said...

I used to have a beautiful Christmas wreath with pine cones which gradually disintegrated thru my neglect. Wish I still had it as I view your photo of them!

B SQUARED said...

I did the same thing as a kid. I guess my mother threw them all out.

Jacob said...

If you're interested, you could come to Ocala as we are surrounded by pine trees and inundated with pine cones!

marley said...

I did this too! Must be a kid kind of thing!

JM said...

Lovely composition! I also remember collecting pines when I was a kid! :-)

Tanya said...

I love the cinnamon scented pine cones that are in all the Christmas sections of the stores now!

Good luck to your Tigers!

Lynette said...

Hey, Jim. We made turkeys out of pines cones in elementary school, pine cones and construction paper. Isn't that odd, that paper is called construction paper? I wonder why. I'll have to look it up when I have time--ha!

Glad you've come to visit. I hope you'll find it all very interesting as I go along, day by day. The Sprint Cup race was Sunday, Nov. 1--no rain!