Gordo's Blog

Shake Your Tailgate Feathers

    Tailgating has become a cultural phenomenon. While people have been having little parties before and after sporting events for decades, the practice of “tailgating” has only picked up steam in the past few years and now that tailgating ... Read It

Join Lorrie Morgan for a Dream Hunt

Gordo’s Cheese Dip is headed for the blind again. Deer hunters and country music fans can win a dream hunt with country music legend Lorrie Morgan and her very talented son, Jesse Keith Whitley. The folks at Gordo’s Cheese Dip ... Read It

A Band of Brothers is Back

  Getting along with your brother can be tricky. Although, it may be less so if you happen to be a girl. However, if you are two boys AND brothers, things can become turbulent pronto. Just ask Dave and Phil ... Read It

Here are the Sweet Sixteen

  And then there were 16. The best of college basketball for 2014 has come down to an unusual collection of teams. Some, like Florida and Louisville were expected to be here and others like Dayton and Tennessee were not. It ... Read It

Down the Slope One More Time

  As is usually the case, the 2014 Winter Olympics have provided some big moments and low ebbs for the United States. Take hockey. No really, take hockey! After defeating the home country, Russia, those of us die-hards who bleed ... Read It

Tailgating Essentials: Part Deux

With the football season in full-swing, it’s time for another update on tailgating and couchgating. The last issue of News from the Big Dipper dealt with tailgating gizmos that no self-respecting football fan should live without. We also looked at ... Read It

Are You Ready for Some Tailgating

Our long wait for college and pro football is finally over. Football has become the most popular sport on the planet and part of the reason is the fact that it gives us an opportunity every Saturday and Sunday and ... Read It

It’s Back to School Time

  The Back to School daze can be seen on the faces of most children this time of year. While some kids have already started (and who thought sending kids back to school in August was a good idea?), the ... Read It

Take Me Out to the All-Star Game

If you’re a baseball fanatic, you gotta love this time of year. The first half of the season has been played and we have a better idea of who’s going to be in the race for the pennants, the new ... Read It

Celebrating Independence Day

  History shows that the summer of 1776 in the British colonies of America was a tense time. The most powerful man of what was arguably the most powerful country the world – King George III – was determined to ... Read It

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