I finally took my camera with me the last game of the session. Mostly I tried to get some action shots in between playing on the field and waiting my turn to kick. It was harder to take pictures than I thought. Everyone was so spread out, so I focused on the kicks and decided we'd just get a team picture later.
The last game was pretty fun. I got someone out while playing second base, we had some good kicks and some good runs. My favorite was Katie's. She kicked the ball and went running and then her feet decided she should run anymore. So she stumbled a bit and then she was down. I don't know if the person on first was shocked by this or what, but the main point was that the ball was missed and went rolling away while Katie crawl to first base.
This is a picture of the damage:
We really liked our ref too. Something I learned is that there are fun refs (usually the good ones, the laid back ones, etc.) and then there are the bad refs (who couldn't make a decent call to save their lives). Our last ref was a good one, we could joke around with him but he also called a fair game and he didn't make up rules as he went (not that any of them did that...but one of them may have). We got our ref to take our team photo and he decided to take some candid ones too, so here are all the photos he took.
I really liked these people, they were so much fun to play with and very friendly. I only knew Katie when I started to play and I'm a pretty shy person, but they made me feel comfortable right away. All in all - a good impulse decision...I would do this again.