Yesterday afternoon we decided to finally play some golf in the area....we're not quite ready to play the short par 3, 18 hole golf course at Palm Creek. We are waiting for the regulars to head back home so we aren't quite so pressed on the course. Being a beginner, I need a little more time to 1) find lost balls, 2) get up the nerve to hit balls on a course lined with park models, 3) make sure my insurance policy is up to date, because the GOLFER is responsible for property damage for wayward balls! Not like some courses where if you hit a house, the homeowner is expected to bear the brunt of any wayward golf ball damage, having built a home on a golf course. That last requirement is enough to keep me off the par 3 course until I get a little better on my aim!
One of the nice things about the course is, they had beautiful greens and thick green grass surrounding the greens...I just had to get down and smell it! Ah-h-h-h-h....GRASS! Green grass, lush and thick...it sure smelled good!
We got to do something special last night....we headed to Tucson to have dinner at The Abbey. The food was what I would call American gourmet, it was good, but not outstanding......but the company was extra special! My other daughter, Kelly, flew in from Virginia for business in Tucson and wanted to meet us for dinner in Tucson. I had not been able to see her since last April as we have been on roads headed west.....we had a great time, lots of laughs and lots of hugs, it was so great to see her!....I am very proud of her!
We hope to get together again before she has to head back to Virginia later this week......it's been a wonderful day! Until later......