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Bull Durham

Nothing says summer like a great night at the ballpark! We are fortunate enough to live close to one of the best minor league baseball stadiums in the country (but I'm extremely biased). The movie Bull Durham was filmed at the older Bulls stadium just down the road, and it made the team pretty popular back in the day.

It was looking like rain all evening, but we watched the sky as the storm circled around us and we stayed dry. Unfortunately, there were no home runs for the Bulls Friday night, so we didn't get to see the Bull's red eyes light up or see him snort smoke from his nose. But summer's only just begun...



  1. What great pictures! Nothing beats a day at the ball park!

  2. Those are awesome pictures! Love the ball park days!!

  3. You are ridiculously pretty!

  4. Gorgeous photos! What a fun summer ahead!

  5. Grat pics!! That looks like so much fun! :)

  6. that is so much fun! these pics are great!!

  7. looks like a great time! so pretty!

  8. Great pics! seriously, what kind of camera do you use?

  9. I totally agree that you are ridiculously pretty!!! You're my baby!!

  10. I'm from Durham and I love the Durham Bulls Ballpark! It's got to be one of my fondest memories of the city. Great pictures and what a cute little boy you have!

  11. Oh how lovely! My mom grew up in the Ham. Go Bulls! Xoxo-BLC


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