Lewis hasn't been doing much of anything lately so he decided to join the exercise session, you know, to limber up a bit for his long day of sleeping on the bed.
Monday was a picture perfect day. The Broken Tee course was just around the corner from the Wright's campground. We could see downtown Denver in the distance. A bike path and the South Platt River split the course down the middle.
John brought along his favorite caddy. She is dependable, knowledgeable, and doesn't complain about following the players at a respectable distance.
There seemed to be plenty of players on the course, but we rarely felt pushed to speed up.
The South Platt River has over run its banks, creating new water hazards. Here Dave and John discuss the best way to overcome these new handicaps.
It was a challenging course, but we all enjoyed ourselves. Afterward we went to Panera Bread Co. for a quick bite to eat before going our separate ways.
Dave and I went home, picked up the dogs and headed into Denver to help Jesse and Erin unpack some of the totes that had accumulated.
|Can't I come in?|
We had Thai take-out and got most of those totes emptied and the kitchen fairly organized.
|a private conversation between brothers.....|
Monday was a busy day. Tuesday was a busy day too. Jesse had a U-haul truck scheduled to move the rest of the big items so we filled it, drove into Denver, emptied it and called it a day.
It was pretty hot yesterday and the sky was filled with beautiful clouds.
At least it gave us a beautiful rainbow.
|a faint double|
Today, Wednesday, we stayed home and took care of some business, paid bills, bought tickets to Bandemere Speedway's Mopar Mile High Nationals in July, sent a deposit for our wedding rental house, did laundry and just rested. I've managed to take possession of Dave's cold so a nap was on my schedule. As I sit here typing this blog, thunder is rumbling outside and the temperature has dropped considerably - here we go again!