As the unofficial start of summer approaches, thoughts turn to beachy sorts of antics among pals — RFH pals, specifically. Call it something to sing and dance about — center stage.
As Police Week comes to a close, we take a look back what now symbolizes the ride into the week of honor and remembrance.
Well, the has been shining bright, signaling a true start to spring and a little spring fever on the ball field. No time like the present, or some 40 years ago, for an impromptu game in the sun when going out to play meant getting some exercise and hanging with your buddies.
The chill in the dank spring air today prompts wishful thinking of beach days to come in the Rumson-Fair Haven area. The weather forecasts hold some promise of warmth budding in the rest of the week.
So, we’ve explored old times, uniforms and players on the RFH baseball field and in the dugout.
A reprise of a very popular Retro Pic of the (George) Day that pays homage to spring — RFH style … Now where were these RFHers? Word has it that they were far off campus …
Spring has finally sprung. In fact it’s bloomin’ bouncing into seasonal warmth lately, save for a few bad days.
Finally! The warmth of spring is in full bloom. And there’s nothing like parking yourself on a sunny spot on the grass and read a book or study — or something like that.
OK, so the spring weather outside has not been so consistently delightful lately.
So, take a look back to the 1970s when spring fever kicked in enough to get a couple of RFH guys in the mood to put those gloves on and take a little kangaroo hop outside the Junior Lounge, probably on a “free.” They were barely clad in those stylish 70s gym shorts and ready to duke it out — or at least dance around the notion.
While baseball season at RFH started earlier in the month, today marked the start of Major League Baseball season.
As the the after-effects of the sopping home run of a nor’easter settle into the ground and sign-of-spring buds peer from under the snow-capped slush, RFH’s baseball season is set for full bloom opening two home games on Saturday.
With RFH Boys Basketball just scoring big with its second state championship, thoughts have turned back to the high school’s teams of yesteryear.
Well, March has arrived, and baseball season will soon be sliding into its RFH home base. The RFH calendar, in fact shows that the there are two home varsity games on the calendar for March 10.
So, it stands to reason that the Retro Pic of the (George) Day should take a closer look back, from another vantage point, of a 1970s RFH game — the dugout.