U Michigan stadium drive by

1st leg of my tri-city trip in Ann Arbor, Michigan. My first time here ever. Hangin’ out with Seth Kim, who pastors Harvest Mission Community Church, which is now a multi-site church in 4 locations: Ann Arbor, Evanston, Austin, and Chicago. You could call this pastoral visitation. Ate some award-winning mac ‘n cheese at dinner, and heard a handful of great transformational life stories here over dessert. Joyous!

We drove by the largest football stadium in the United States at University of Michigan. I just fact-checked, and currently, Michigan Stadium is technically the 2nd largest stadium due to renovations (capacity = 106,201, down from 107,501), and the largest is Beaver Stadium at Penn State University (capacity = 107,282). Seth was proudly saying that was the largest stadium, and I don’t have the heart to correct him. Hope he’ll overlook this blog entry — don’t want anyone losing face. [update: Seth blogged kind words about my visit @ DJ in Town – he doesn’t allow comments, so you can react in my comment thread here]

FTW, here’s a list of the 15 largest football stadiums in the United States.

Aside: no picture of food. But here’s a picture of my rental car. Bed time. Good night.

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2 Responses

  1. daniel so says:

    DJ — You're an honorary Wolverine now! Does that mean you have to suffer along with all of us now as we watch U of M teams? 🙂 Go blue!

  2. djchuang says:

    Didn't know driving by Michigan Stadium was all it took to be a honorary Wolverine. What a cake walk. That bar is set pretty low, I must say 🙂