It’s time to pop open the second of my Boston Crusaders mystery boxes. This box had the theme of the “ThrowBAC Box”, which covers much of the history of the corps. Let’s take a look!
The box and packaging was the same as the June mystery box.
Inside, however, we find a bounty of great items, starting with this photo of the 1990 Cru drumline, featuring Colin McNutt on tenors.
This BAC toiletry bag will be useful on my upcoming vacation, but it’s what’s inside that’s the fun part.
A citation cord from the 2014-2015 corps uniform. I liked those uniforms as they featured the corps logo, Waldo, on the front.
Here’s an old school Crusaders shield patch. This would be good on a hat.
From a more recent time in the Crusaders history, a pin from last year’s show, Zoom.
Let’s take it back to the start of the Crusaders with a Most Precious Blood Crusaders keychain, featuring the first emblem of the corps.
Who doesn’t love Waldo socks???
My cat really loves this Boston Crusaders pin, especially how batable it is across the table and floor.
Adding to my drum corps t-shirt collection is this Crusaders shield shirt.
I think Cru wants me to have a wall dedicated to them, what with this Most Precious Blood Crusaders pennant (in Cleveland Cavaliers wine and gold, no less).
It’s this incredible show silk, though, that begs for a wall to display on.
This was a pretty big haul, so I’m looking forward to what the next box holds.