ROADTRIP TO CLEMSON.

Roadtripping to Clemson For Their Home Opener

There’s nothing more fun than taking an excessively long road trip to a college football game. So that is what my buddy Kevin and I did for Clemson’s home opener. Starting Wednesday after work (it was a Thursday night game), we drove the 8 hours from Tampa, Florida to Clemson, South Carolina to catch the pregame festivities the next day!

Enjoy the tour around Clemson University and their tailgate spots. You’ll see spots like Littlejohn Coliseum, Memorial Stadium, The Graveyard, tailgating lots, and a few surprises along the way. 

Tiger Walk - Clemson vs. Georgia Tech - Thursday, Aug. 29th 2019
Pregame Warm Ups - Clemson vs. Georgia Tech

If you visit Clemson University for a game, you are guaranteed to have a blast. Touring the campus on a golf cart is definitely the best way to see the sights. 😉

Seeing traditions like the Tiger Walk was awesome. Things unique to a campus are always things you cannot miss when you are visiting. It was also awesome to see the entrance as they come from the buses, past Howard’s Rock, down the hill, & on to the field. Seeing a game in Memorial Stadium is something I highly recommend doing if you are in the area during the season.

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ROADTRIP WITH ANNIE.

ROAD TRIP WITH ANNIE THROUGH MINNESOTA, SOUTH & NORTH DAKOTA

This one is a little bit of a throwback as this trip was actually over Memorial Day Weekend in 2018. I recently shuffled the way I organize my media and I am finding way, way more footage than I used to find in the mess. This might be one of many “throwback” vlogs I put out, but, without that context you would never know!

Riverside Rest Stop - Palisades State Park, Garretson, SD
Beer & Baseball - Fargo-Morehead Redhawks, Fargo, ND
Overlooking Downtown - Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
Flowing Water - Falls Park, Sioux Falls, SD
Breakfast Spot - Black Coffee & Waffle Bar, Minneapolis, MN

Enjoy this trip Annie and I took that started with us both meeting up in Minneapolis, took us through South Dakota to Sioux Falls, next through North Dakota to Fargo, & finally back down to Minneapolis to part ways and head back to reality. We saw some cool sights along the way and it was a ton of fun! Next one coming soon 😉

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