From afar, the castle looks impenetrable. A grand colossus of structural steel, concrete and brick rising more than 300 feet from the ground and weighing half-a-million tons, 1.2 million square feet in total size with an expansive roof to shield it from meteorological assault and enough provisions to last indefinitely, it is a fortress positively invulnerable to conquer, utterly immune to siege — even from the greatest army.And this is indeed a great army. Tens of thousands on foot, reinforced with thousands more motorized cavalry, exceedingly well-supplied — stocked with uncountable beverages and rations of eclectic variety — and majestically equipped — clad in uniforms of blue and yellow trim, the white-crested coat of arms adorning most everything in sight. The army has descended on the stronghold and encircled it almost completely. It is an imposing and intimidating sight, each vehicle pointed forward, seemingly ready to charge, as the whooping, hollering troops erect tents, raise flags and set up fires. They appear ready to advance at any moment, to overwhelm the castle and occupy its luring interior.But first, another beer. Another brat, too. This army, now that it’s here, is clearly content to lay a long, languid, savory siege.Miller Park,… Read full this story
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