Nothing I will describe as epic but lots of great memories.
Food, I had a Dodger Dog, a grilled sausage at the big A in Anaheim, really good burgers in some sort of sauce at the Astrodome in the 60s, and hot ham sandwiches behind home plate at the Dome. All delicious.
Where to start??
1964 and the final game at Colt .45 stadium. Bob Bruce went twelve innings while Don Drysdale of the Dodgers punked out and only went eleven giving it up to Ron Perranoski to absorb the 1-0 loss in the bottom of the twelve. They let us kids run around the field after the game.
Fast forward a bit and I saw Willie Mays park one at least 450 feet into the tunnel in dead center field and Juan Marichal dominate in a shutout. The Giants owned the Astros.
Mid 70s and a couple of concerts in the middle of July in the middle of the day at the Houston Cougar college football stadium. Genius. Hot can’t even describe it but we were too young and dumb to know better.
We were used to the heat back then now they shut down the schools if the a/c goes out.
Acts included The Eagles, Crosby Stills and Nash, both killed it, plus the Allman Brother Band, post Duane and the Beach Boys.