On Sunday, Twitter pulsed to life with a flurry of throwback tweets from Broncos Country. Maybe it’s the quarantine or the monotony of seeing the same familiar faces every day for the last couple weeks (or both), but something struck me seeing all these old photographs of Broncos fandom from over the years: Although we may far apart in the physical world, Broncos Country is still stronger than ever.
It all started out with a great idea and a tweet from @MileHighMems...
Let’s all share a virtual high-five! Share a childhood photo of you in orange and blue - RT to get this thing rolling. This was about 1985 i think. pic.twitter.com/4Bfo1vNpC7— Mile High Memories (@MileHighMems) March 28, 2020
My dad and I in '91, getting the Mile High Magic started young! pic.twitter.com/PsByazqUSS— Zeke Perez Jr. (@NerdsThatZeke) March 28, 2020
Suffering thru a Super Bowl loss. pic.twitter.com/nxCmTHEhPj— Maury Hoefer (@hoefer7) March 29, 2020
Before attending my first game, Denver-Dallas preseason 2000, with my Grandpa pic.twitter.com/VuqHJqj8Mg— KG (@kginley60) March 28, 2020
Not to be outdone, here’s mine! My hair still looks the same.
Post your old-timey Broncos fan pics below and tweet it to @MileHighMems, they’re a terrific Twitter follow.
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