anagram of "Regina", made his first appearance in 1977 and has been entertaining Rider fans ever since. In 2006, Gainer was given the jersey number 13, symbolizing his contributions as the "13th man" on the field. Prior to this, he wore the jersey number 1/2. He also has two cousins named Leonard and Goof that usually only appear at Roughrider home games
Richardson's Ground Squirrel, commonly referred to as a "gopher" in many parts of North America. He is from Parkbeg.
This is Cam and his wife Stacy. Stacy is Scott's sister, and Scott is Véronique's husband. Scott and Véronique are our adopted Katimavik/Melita kids. There were over 44,000 fans in Regina to attend the football game, what a fabulous stroke of luck that we ran into Cam and Stacy at the Rider store.This is me with my younger brother Bob, he is lives Regina with his wife Shelley and is a Rider season ticket holder.
This is an ice sculpture.
These folks were severely outnumbered.
Scott's sister Stacey enjoying Riderville.
A Winnipeg Blue Bomber fan wearing his flag on his back.
) is a statue perched facing North on the dome of the Manitoba Legislative Building in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and it is arguably Manitoba's best known symbol. it stands 5.25 metres (17.2 feet) tall from the toe to the top of the torch and 4.27 metres (14 feet) from head to toe. It weighs 1650 kg (3,640 lb), and the top of his torch is 77 metres (250 feet) above ground.
Bob's lovely wife Shelley and his favourite bartender.
The Winnipeg Police Pipe Band were also in attendance.
My younger brother Bob.
BC Lions football team's pavilion.
BC Lion fans.
The Grey Cup (copy) not the real cup.
Look at that the BC Lions were selling green Rider shirts at their table.
The Budweiser guys!
The Winnipeg Police Pipe Band was awesome!
More Rider fan photos.
Sunday at the stadium 46 minutes till kick off.
My sister-in-law Shelley.
We won! We won! We won...
Bob and Shelley - happy Rider fans on the green mile after the game.
A most excellent weekend in Regina. Go Riders!