Thursday, July 19, 2007

Today is Thursday, July 19; it's a show day

We are in Dallas, TX

Click for weather report and forecast

map

Click for larger interactive version of today's map.


Today's Menu

Breakfast
Eggs
Bacon

Meal 2
The local band boosters are grilling hot dogs and sausage on a stick
Watermelon
Mac and cheese

Meal 3
Cindy S. and her family are doing up a real Texas BBQ for the Colts with brisket and chicken
“It’s going to be a major Texas barbecue with lots of leftovers,” Lori says.

photo
Photo by David S.

Today's Schedule
9:30 Wake
9:45 Stretch
10:15 Breakfast
11:15 Vis
12:30 Warmup/sectionals
1:40 Refill water jugs
2 Ensemble
3:35 Meal 2/pack/load
5:10 Depart for stadium
6:10 Warmup
8:11 Gate
8:31 Performance
9:15 Family style Texas BBQ
11 Depart

Today's Cooks
Lori C, head cook
Jack W.
Lorrie M.
Jody G. and Donna M. arrive

Greg has been helping out on the cooktruck too.

Today's News
Happy Birthday Nathan R. and Kayla K.

Lori says the corps was really excited about last night’s 80-plus score. Go Colts!

She also says it’s a pretty quiet day for the cooks, with two meals getting the benefit of outside help and donations. Thanks to everyone for helping feed the greatest kids in the world!

Great Texas weather to greet the Colts. A great breeze and a temperature in the 80s.


As always, check colts.org for the latest official word on tour news, housing sites, mail drops, or other corps information.

4 comments :

Ashleigh said...

WELCOME TO TEXAS!!!!!!!!!
I cannot wait for ya'll to get to San Antonio!!! =)

-Ashleigh

Anonymous said...

I might of missed it, but is there any information on the mail drop for August 7th - 11th?

Thanks in advance.

Lisa said...

Check out the DCI interview with the featured guard members!! The audio interview is excellent!! Copy and paste following link to DCI.org

http://www.dci.org/news/view.cfm?news_id=3102dd0a-fe27-4d8e-a09f-f48fd0117534

It was great to spend another day with the Colts in Arkansas! I always enjoy watching how much the corps has improved and changed! I brought my aunt from Fayetteville to the show and she was in awe of how talented this group is. While sitting in the stands, several staff members from other corps were behind me and throughout the entire program I overheard positive comments about the Colts from them. It truly was an 80+ performance!!

Jim J. said...

Great interview! I'm so proud of "our kids."