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Tim McKay
Husband to , daddy to Isabelle and Zach. Percussionist, educator, bread baker, hiker. Michigan-born, NoVa-raised, DC sports fanatic.
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Tim McKay Jun 16
I love them so much. Perfect day with my kids at
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Tim McKay Jun 16
Replying to @Palastro24
woah......beautiful!
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Tim McKay Jun 16
Replying to @Palastro24
Was thinking Mary’s Rock because it’s right off the entrance and it’s an easy hike. Thought the kids could do it no problem. Any other hikes you’d recommend? I’m hoping the bears stay away. 🤨🐻
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Tim McKay Jun 16
Replying to @Palastro24
Bet you got some great night sky pictures!
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Tim McKay Jun 16
Replying to @Palastro24
That’s a downside for sure, but I really want to take the kids to see a killer sunset.
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Tim McKay Jun 16
Replying to @Palastro24
We’re headed out there today. Fee free day!
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Tim McKay Jun 14
Replying to @chelsea_janes
...and we look forward to someday passing down our tickets to our children and for generations to come. But for now, we go and basque in the beauty of the ballpark, the talent of the team, in the company of one another. Section 405, Row E, Seats 10-11. That is my heaven.
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Tim McKay Jun 14
Replying to @chelsea_janes
...and attached to the note were our new season tickets. Fast forward ten years, one house, two kids, and hundreds of games later, it was the best gift I ever received, and will ever receive. We have shared some wonderful (and heartbreaking) moments together, and with our kids...
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Tim McKay Jun 14
Replying to @chelsea_janes
For my birthday in November 2007, my wife surprised me with a coffee table book called Historic Ballparks. In the DC section of the book, among the pictures of Griffith Stadium and RFK, there was a note that read “now you can enjoy games at the new ballpark for years to come”...
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Tim McKay Jun 13
Replying to @nicolesaysroar
I’m glad to know someone else watches that show
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Tim McKay Jun 13
I want to share a bit of my parade experience with you guys. What a day! Shout out to Austin from Petworth for being an awesome dude.
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Tim McKay Jun 12
Met this awesome Caps fan/fellow dad at the parade today who was there by himself. He put my 5-year old son on his shoulders so I could do the same to my 8-year old so both kids could see over the crowd. What a kind gesture. What a special day in DC. Will never forget this.
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Tim McKay Jun 12
Replying to @masnKolko
It was awesome! The Nats are up next!
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Tim McKay Jun 12
Replying to @Palastro24
No better place to do it! What a day!
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Tim McKay Jun 12
Thank you for your service, Kevin!
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Tim McKay Jun 12
Replying to @AWhite7877
Omg....
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Tim McKay Jun 12
Kids in tow. Picnic packed. It’s happening...HAPPY PARADE DAY!!!!!!!!
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Tim McKay Jun 11
My tweet from May 13 was nothing but correct.
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Tim McKay Jun 11
I’m pulling my 8-year old daughter out of school, taking both kids for a ride on the Metro and heading to DC for the parade. Gonna meet up with some friends when I’m down there. We can’t wait!
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Tim McKay Jun 10
you continue to inspire young ball players. My 5-year old son Zach was just awarded the “Bryce Harper” award in his first year of organized baseball. Can you tell he’s excited?
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