I grew up in DC watching The Redskins at 1pm and the niners (Brodie) at 4pm. I was 4 0r 5 years old. When I moved to Santa Rosa 23 years ago I got on the waiting list for season tickets. I ve been a season ticket holder for 16 years and for the last 10 years or so I'm glad I live next to a winery. It sure helps kill the pain.
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan: Laguna Beach, Ca. About 7-8hrs away but a nice road trip. I love SF, which is why I'm skeptical about Santa Clara, never been there.
I know most people who travel to the North from southern California take I5 and a lot of people take 152 to the 101, which takes you directly into San Francisco. Whichever route you take, if you enter SF via the 101, then you've passed right thru Santa Clara. You'll see Yahoo's buildings right off the freeway as you pass by. There's also several 49er billboards with Mike Singletary on them and the proposed stadium is a few blocks from the 101.
i am originally from the north bay, as far as the stadium location, a joint raiders(ugh)/niners stadium seems to make the most sense. as far as where i live, had to move to san antonio for work. cowboys training camp is here and this city is completly sold out to the cowboys. god i wish the saints had moved here. other than the cowboys factor, i gotta tell you bay area guys, san antonio is a GREAT CITY.
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