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Proud to be a Portlander

May 1, 2013

I’ve been to something like 8 or 9 Timbers games in the past year.  I can’t say I ever thought I’d be a soccer fan, but the games are fun, the stadium is full (seriously, Timbers tickets are the hardest tickets to get in Portland), the crowd is loud, and the team does stuff like this:

And here’s a great little photo essay of the event.

The day in pictures

Definitely makes me proud to support the team and the fact that 3,000 people showed up to cheer  this kid on (and boo when the Timbers scored) makes me proud to live here.


I went to the Timbers game last night and Atticus and his team were in a luxury box.  When the game started, the whole Timbers Army and good portion of the rest of the crowd chanted Atticus’s name.  Very cool.

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