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DenverTigerMan
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Denver
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Alaska Is Tiger Proud
I'm here in Anchorage for the Fourth and in two days I've seen two Tiger fans. I spoke to a gentleman at breakfast at my hotel decked out in P&G who was from BR on his bucket list vacation and this morning at Delany Park for the Fourth of July parade and celebration there was a young boy with an LSU cap on. Couple that with the guy I saw in front of me in customs in Sydney, Australia in May with an LSU cap on (who I was unable to get to talk to) and it seems awesome either that LSU fans are worldwide or that they travel far and wide from BR.
Either way,


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Outlaw
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Louisiana
Member since Sep 2008
3320 posts

re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
I normally travel to New Mexico once year, and I always run into a tiger fan. We everywhere!


CheerWhine
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Eastern Time Zone
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Checking in from North Carolina!


DenverTigerMan
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DenverTigerMan
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Denver
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Awesome,


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WilliamTaylor21
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Meridian, Mississippi... Not far I know, but frick it.


DenverTigerMan
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Denver
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
You count, buddy...


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la_birdman
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Lake Charles
Member since Feb 2005
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
That's awesome!


The most random place I ever bumped into Tiger fans was about 7000 ft up in Rocky Mountain National Park.


We were at some little park, there was snow on the ground, I'm wearing an LSU windbreaker and I hear "Geaux Tigers!" There was an older couple there from Mandeville visiting.


I always enjoy stuff like that.




DenverTigerMan
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Denver
Member since Nov 2005
1535 posts

re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Awesome, indeed! Let's keep this going until I get back home to Denver on Monday!!!
Thanks!!



Breadstick Gun
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Ramstein AB, Germany
Member since Apr 2009
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Awesome. What are you in Anchorage for? I'm a Tiger who lives there now. If I weren't in La visiting family I'd have a beer with ya and show ya around.


CheerWhine
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Eastern Time Zone
Member since Apr 2014
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Reminds me of when I was hiking a part of the Appalachian Trail along the border of North Carolina and Tennessee. I ran into a guy going the other way, wearing an LSU baseball cap. We're everywhere.


DenverTigerMan
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Denver
Member since Nov 2005
1535 posts

re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Oh, I also forgot...I got a "Geaux Tigers" from TSA at DIA when I was leaving town on Wednesday!



DenverTigerMan
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Denver
Member since Nov 2005
1535 posts

re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Ah, Elmendorf! I stayed at the Holiday Inn that was about a mile and a half from there 16 years ago-unfortunately it doesn't exist anymore. I'm staying in midtown, several miles away. I had a great dinner at my favorite downtown dive, Humpy's on 6th Ave. The barmaid was wearing the exact type T-shirt that I bought there in 1998. I hope she washed hers since then!!!




:lol: :lol:


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Load Toad
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Haughton, LA
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
I was assigned to Elmendorf,AFB. There is a bar in Anchorage shows Saints games every Sunday. About 40 to 60 fans show up. There are a lot of LA people live there.


Breadstick Gun
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Ramstein AB, Germany
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Humpys is really cool.

What bar shows the Saints games? Talking about Peanut Farm?


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PortCityTiger82
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Shreveport, LA
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re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Some pretty sites on the Appalachian trail! I was forced to hike it as part of a youth challenge boot camp I had to go to for a being a bad arse kid.

I hated it at the time but looking back on it now that I'm grown it really was amazing. Except for the blizzard and 70 mph winds on top of bald mountain!! That still sucked


DenverTigerMan
LSU Fan
Denver
Member since Nov 2005
1535 posts

re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Again, Alaska proud!

And, thanks to all the US Military of all branches of all eras for their service to our great nation! My late father as well as his brother served in WWII, and their two younger brothers served in Korea, so I also thank and salute all veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice to our country to secure our freedom forever on this Independence Day!

GOD BLESS AMERICA!


THANK YOU!


CheerWhine
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Eastern Time Zone
Member since Apr 2014
31393 posts

re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
I haven't come close to doing the whole thing, just a few 2-week trips here and there, and I've done most of it south of Virginia. I hear you though... I hated being out in the rain, but still kept going back.


GeorgeReymond
LSU Fan
Atlanta
Member since Jan 2013
7665 posts

re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Tour de France




CT
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Kate Upton's back
Member since Sep 2004
21054 posts

re: Alaska Is Tiger Proud
Not surprised to see that one. LSU has summer study abroad programs all over the world. Quite a few in Western Europe.


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