Doing us proud in Saskatoon, Canada.
“Mr. Troll arrived just in time for Dallas week but was content to hang out in the case with the rest of his toy brethren”
“You can’t come to Canada and not expect some exposure to hockey. Considering it’s not cold enough yet for outdoor ice he will have to settle for a game of mini sticks in my basement with my kids. He got a great view!”
“Mini sticks wasn’t enough so we headed over to my brothers place to take in the Flyers game in style!”
“Jagr!! Perfect fit!”
First, Ocmurer and the Eagles Troll rolled up to sunny and beautiful Lake Tahoe on the California side, setting out from Tahoe City. It’s the largest alpine lake in North America and the 2nd deepest in the United States, straddling both California and Nevada. You can’t get these sorts of vistas in south Philadelphia, that’s for sure.
You might recognize an icon or two in the next photo, the site of the 1960 Summer Olympics. It’s at Squaw Valley Ski Resort, the largest ski resort by acreage in the USA, and second in North America (behind Whistler/Blackcomb in British Columbia, Canada).
That’s Donner Lake in the background, where the Donner party all ate each other!
On to the UK!
We’ve got one Troll in Missouri and the other in California as we speak. Excited to see what Springfield and Atascadero have to offer!
I just wanted to say that if your turn with Eagles Troll comes up and for whatever reason you’re not able to get out and take pictures with him, at the very least try to take a picture with him at home or a convenient location. That way we still get to show the world how widespread the Bleeding Green Nation is!
From the getgo, Redditor Farkenlarker was one of the more animated people about getting to show Eagles Troll her neck of the woods. In Nashville, Tennessee, she and her two daughters showed ET true southern hospitality but also a little sneakiness when they infiltrated Titans territory. As you’ll see, Eagles Troll tried his hand at the “bull rush” drill with the box office at LP Field, but was quite unsuccessful and may have lodged his head in the ticketing window.
The quartet took a musical turn, visiting the Grand Ole Opry music hall and Willie Nelson’s General Store. Channeling his inner country, Eagles Troll tried on some of Willie’s gear, but apparently they don’t run size XXXXXXS. While at the store, ET managed to make a like-sized friend for a one-day stand and will keep a special place in his heart for her.
The final part of this leg saw Eagles Troll, Farkenlarker, and her daughter check out the one and only General Lee hotrod from Dukes of Hazzard. No Jessica Simpson in jean shorts, though. Thanks, Farkenlarker for a fun time!