Monday, October 28, 2013

Another Crunch Day

The back 9 was open for golf today.  Such beautiful green grass!  That's Clark and Marnie Hoskins over there on the green.  I bet they're enjoying our Arizona weather instead of their Alberta winter!

We had to find something else for Gym Flader to do to keep him out of trouble so they sent him out to the golf course to paint the marker posts.  Great job, Gym!!
Over at the softball field, we saw a gang just finishing up a practice session.  I can't wait to sit on the bleachers and cheer the teams again......and munch on those delicious hamburgers.  The teams will be posting their schedule on the softball blog soon so be sure to check it out and cheer for our Palm Creek teams.  My favorite games are when one PC team plays against another PC team.  You never know who to cheer for because they're all friends.  Fun!!
Speaking of hamburgers........we saw activity over at the snack shack so stopped by to see what was going on.
Say hello to Bob Fahrenbroch and John Pilkington.
Bob and John are installing some shelving and making some custom changes before they start up the grills outside.
Maurice Parobec is back in the park after his exciting trip to the World Transplant Games in South Africa.  He will have many adventure stories to tell.
WOW!!  Check out this beauty of a rig!  Congrats to Dennis Merasty.
The newly planted grass in Palm Park is receiving its first haircut.
Work continues on the new stage.
The bistro crew is slaving away under their deadline for completion.
We got our first good look inside the new pro shop this morning.  WOW!!
The place looks great....and check out that handsome Ed Brown already to wait on you.
These sun visors are awesome.  I love the one with the desert scene on it.
So many nice looking golf clothes.
Plenty of toys and accessories too.
Come purchase your pickleballs here too.
Dashing black and white apparel.  
Can't decide which color golf ball you want?
How about one of these??  I wonder if they'll sparkle under water.

Thank you to Ed Brown and Peter Crowe for the nice tour.

As we were leaving, we met up with Dale and Lu Johnson who recently returned from Iowa.  Be sure to stop by their booth at the craft fairs!!  Lu says she has lots of new pieces for sale this year.

This is my pueblo house purchased from Lu.  She hand crafts each little individual pottery piece and then meticulously hand paints them.  I have to limit myself to only one new purchase at each craft fair or I'd need to buy a bigger table for display.

Okay.....that's enough for one day.  Whew!!  No cartoons today as the last two entries took a long time.  Sorry.

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