|Waiting to get on the Ferry in Vineyard Haven|
|My friend Ned helped unload the B-Ball Tiger and bring him into the Reunion site.|
It was fun painting the orange coat and black stripes on the B-Ball Tiger with lots of people around to talk to.
|Most people didn't realize you could spin the basketball|
|Even the couple getting married had to get their picture with the '66 Tiger|
|At night the Tigers were at the center of the action.|
|Sometimes it is nice having the '66 Tiger as your buddy|
|The B-Ball Tiger and the '66 Hitch Hiking Tiger led the Class of 1966 in the P-Rade|
|It is a long march when you are at your 50th. But the younger classes are generous with their beer and the Tigers were thirsty|
|After finishing the P-Rade the '66 Tigers hung around a while for pictures.|
|On the way back to the 50th Reunion Site the '66 Tigers stopped off at the Princeton University Art Museum|
It was a wonderful Reunion. By the time you make it to your 50th you tend to be happy to be alive and glad to see your classmates. The weather was hot but sunny and beautiful. And, of course, the P-Rade is a blast. It is wonderful to be cheered.
On the long drive home after Sunday Brunch at the Boathouse almost every time I stopped I ran into another Princetonian also returning from Reunions. On the ferry to the Vineyard the couple two cars behind me had taken a picture of their daughter, class 2011, and her fiance '13 with the '66 Hitch Hiking Tiger. So I borrowed their phone to take a picture of them with the '66 Tiger which they texted to their daughter.
I loved taking the road trip with the Tigers. They seem to bring smiles and happiness whereever they go. I guess they are just a couple of Party Animals.