Yes, Gatorade has a Birthplace

Who knew? Gatorade has a birthplace!

Sunday afternoon at the  University of Florida in Gainesville.img_3348

 

Count the Places You See Numbers

Count the places you see numbers. 

Numbers tell time

numbers on clock

Reading Terminal Philadelphia

Numbers keep score

IMG_0031LazerKraze Columbus Ohio

 

Numbers on a bus, train, trolley or flight numberIMG_8462

Numbers to phone

 

Numbers to remember

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Numbers to celebrate

Numbers  identify players and participants

Numbers for weight and price per item or pound

 

Numbers determine which lane you swim in and times determine which ribbon or medal you receive

 

Numbers from another time, WW2, a ration book

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Numbers to playIMG_0863

Numbers found in odd places

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70-200 Lens for Lacrosse Game

I was sitting at the edge of the field in a canvas chair. Michael and Jack play lacrosse in addition to swimming. The 70-200 lens allowed me to cloture their participation while sitting down and relaxing. 

#65 -Michael and #48 – Jack     white team
The black edges on photos are due to my blogging from phone and screen shot of files on Flickr, oh my.  It’s late and just returned from Ohio this afternoon and the computer is downstairs in a bag. 

Officials Check for Two Hand Touch

IMG_3726Regional finals for Junior Olympics- Breast Stroke- checking for two hand touch. Hopefully no one gets DQed

Want to be a swim official?      Click Swimming Official Information here

 

IMG_3746Parting shot from afar, through the glass window of the Natatorium. Doesn’t look like 50 meter length from this angle. The pool was divided up into sections.

IMG_2683The McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion

Panorama Shot from earlier in the Day, Friday

Two events Saturday ,Three events Sunday.  GO ANNA!!!

Swimming with OSSC (Ohio State Swim Club)

 

 

 

Polish Hill Skateboard Spot

When I saw what I thought was a wading pool filled with graffiti, I thought I’d return another day and photograph it.

Sunday after coffee, Steve and I drove over to the park in Polish HIll and as I walked closer, I realized it was NOT a wading pool that was decorated with urban art but a place for kids to skateboard.

Here’s a list of skateboarding terms and info about the physics of it but not sure if I am properly labeling this pit a half- pipe or not.

Alas, not a skateboarder in sight on Sunday morning so no action shots.

Polish Hill Park

skateboard ramp

skateboard park

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skateboard

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just  few satellite dishes for reception

satellite dish