Later I took my grandson to one of those 500 yard golf courses. I had him drive my ball off of the T, for the distance shot, and then I played the hole from there. That plan worked out great. He got extra practice, and I didn't get frustrated.
That looks just perfect!This morning I tied a kayak onto the roof of my car and met a friend at a nearby lake. We paddled and chatted for nearly three hours.
He took me to a place on the lake where there’s a floating kayak launch pad. That delighted me because I have a friend I would like to take out but he would be too physically challenged to get in and out.
I can tie the boat to the roof in minutes. If it takes more than three, it’s because I stopped to chat.
I’m on the back patio, chatting with my daughter who is in the pool, each of us, with a flavored beer. Mine is a chocolate covered cherry.
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My grandson just came back from a round of golf with my next door neighbor. He’s happy. That makes life better.
So now I switched to a glass of Carmenere wine in a thermos glass. One ice cube Thankyou.
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I’m listening to some good music, thinking about what I’ll put on the grill.
Like I said. Living the good life. 😊
When I first started shooting DCM (Division of Civilian Marksmanship) competition matches a shooter lying next to me at the three hundred yard range, gave me a tip. He said that I should settle down and watch the sights go up and down with my heartbeat. Then squeeze off a shot between heartbeats.Funny, how a lesson from a pro a dozen years earlier spoke of the same essential things, while teaching me that simpler swing. Only took me a dozen years to listen and to recognize how bright that guy was. Spot-on. Duh. Oh well. Frustration-free golf. What a concept! Better late than never.
When I first started shooting DCM (Division of Civilian Marksmanship) competition matches a shooter lying next to me at the three hundred yard range, gave me a tip. He said that I should settle down and watch the sights go up and down with my heartbeat. Then squeeze off a shot between heartbeats.
I laughed, and figured he was nuts ...
Years ago I took a photo with my P&S film camera of a lake one still morning with Fall leaves as the highlight. There was a house and dock in the photo as well. When I got them developed it was nearly impossible to tell the top from bottom. There was a small stick in the water to the extreme left causing a tiny ripple. That was the only way to tell top from bottom.I always like pictures like this with a reflection in a calm pond or lake. And you got the lighting just right.
I like the sound of my Bose speaker more, but this guy is just so convenient.Nothing like drinking beer and listening to some good music. I definitely enjoy that time by myself
Gotta have a nice sounding speaker or radio though!
Agreed!You can’t beat these jobsite radios anymore. I own a Dewalt toughsystem I’ve had for several years and the sound is amazing.
Those little JBL Bluetooth speakers are also awesome
My co worker had one of those bose speakers he uses at work. Definitely nice.Agreed!
One of the things that are great about them is that one usually has a number of batteries for them, and they recharge relatively quickly. Also at least with mine, they can be used as a power bank.
The battery in this bose speaker won't last all day, but it's sound is better, while it lasts.
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