A good walk unruined*

* One definition of the sport of golf: a good walk ruined

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About SAO'

Dad to two amazing girls, husband to one.
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11 Responses to A good walk unruined*

  1. tasteofbeirut says:

    Lovely discoveries!

  2. Mary says:

    I’ll add that one to my list of golf whimsey. Have a great day.Blessings…Mary

  3. Faith says:

    Too funny! (I’m inclined to agree! 🙂 )

  4. Lea Ann says:

    You’re preaching to the choir.
    Beautiful photos, don’t you love the wordpress slide show feature?
    Are these in your yard?

  5. BEAUTIFUL photos! Love this!

    • Was a little concerned because our little girl didn’t look like she was having a good time at first. But she was just taking it all in. By the 30 minute mark, she was quite animated, pointing at every new thing she saw.

  6. Lori Lynn says:

    Hi Steve – really enjoying your slideshow this morning!

  7. Robin Sue says:

    Amen to that! Ruins a perfectly good Saturday too. Hubby is taking me to the US open this Sunday. I asked how long we would be there. I don’t know he said. What do we do with the kids? I don’t know he said. Love the slide show with all the beautiful shots!

    • To be fair, there are a lot of things I like about golf. It’s unique in that it’s one of the few sports where it’s just you and your gear. Sure, you might be competing against someone else, but it’s still just you and your score at the end of the day. You can’t say that you could have played a better round if the other guy’s defense wasn’t so good. I like that aspect, in a zen sort of way.

      But the amount of time it takes to play a round is what led to me giving it up. Five or six hours, easy, when you factor in driving to the course, changing clothes, getting warmed up, etc. I might take it up again, when the kids are out of the house, but don’t see it happening until then.

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