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Fun dog show Saturday

 

The dog show in the park was a fun time. Dogs of all shapes and sizes, all getting along. Other people’s dogs to have fun with. I got to meet a bunch of dogs and owners.

If the show was an exercise to try to choose a dog it would have been impossible.

 

Golf

Conditions at the local courses continue to be great and this recent rain should help. Met Par 3 was great Friday evening. I had the place to myself with just a father and son from Pennsylvania. I played until late. It was like having my own private course. Lots of birdie putts went begging though, I need to get that short game together.

Milestone in the rain Sunday was fun as well. Nice grippy greens without too much rain. The bugs stayed down, including the monster deer flys. Birdie chip-in on 7 was the highlight of the round for me. Also nice seeing my mother starting to hit the ball really well. We had a good round and I’m looking forward to going back.

I have yet to hit the Lake but I think I’m due. Nothing like LSCCC to bring a little humility back to your game. I’ve played there only a handful of times but each time it has pushed me down and taken my lunch money. A super challenging course. I never seem to be at a level address to the ball, but still – GREAT fun.

more to come… 

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