Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Pickleball Shade

Hey............look at the cute hats I see through the doors at the pro shop.  How fun!


The floor was sealed in the indoor bistro room yesterday so we'd better not walk in yet.

 

Outside the bistro, heavy duty work is still in progress.  LOTS to do out there yet.

Ernesto is still working on the fireplace over in the corner.
 

We just don't stop and think about all the pipes and wires we can find underground.  No wonder our crews are forever digging around the resort.  Visualize the blueprints and drawings it must take to keep track of all this underground stuff.

Our ever vigilant housekeeping crew was out cleaning all the deck chairs and tables today.  Thank you to that whole department for the work they do keeping our resort looking so nice.
 

The lighting crew is still at work decorating the palms with miles and miles of white LED lights.

We stopped to admire the softball field and how nice it looks with the fresh grass growing.  Look how nice those palm trees look now.  Remember how scrawny they looked when first moved this summer?  Thank you to Fernando and his crew for the care they took in moving those trees.  Each tree was measured and then the holes were dug at different depths so all the trees would be the same height.  Awesome results!

We saw this crew of volunteers over at the pickleball courts this morning.  They're putting up the new sun screens so they'll have shade along the walk way between the courts.  Thanks Guys!!
 
 


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One More

Last Wednesday a passenger in a taxi heading for Salford station, leaned  over to ask the driver a question and gently tapped him on the shoulder to  get his attention. The driver screamed, lost control of the cab, nearly hit  a bus, drove up over the curb and stopped just inches from a large plate  window.
 
 For a few moments everything was silent in the cab. Then, the shaking driver  said, "Are you OK? I'm so sorry, but you scared the daylights out of me."
 
The badly shaken passenger apologized to the driver and said, "I didn't realize that a mere tap on the shoulder would startle someone so badly."
 
The driver replied, "No, no, I'm the one who is sorry, it's entirely my  fault. Today is my very first day driving a cab. I've been driving a hearse for 25 years."


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