We Had Breakfast At Old Ranch Followed By Nine Holes...Nine???
It's a long story
Did You Know? - Lynn was celebrating her 50th birthday! She marked her drive with ... ah... these! If her mini-tournamet members did NOT surpass her drive, they had to put ten dollars in the kitty.
It was in the high 40's when we headed out...
When A Birdie Occurs, Tradition Requires "The Birdie Dance" Be Executed
Did You Know? - In common with others, the Historical Dictionary of Golfing Terms (1993) believes that "Birdie", meaning a score of one stroke under Par on a given hole comes from the 19th century American slang term "bird", meaning anything excellent.
Play the movie for a little Christmas giggle
Paul plopped the ball in the water... Here comes the gang....
That ball will never be the same
We only played nine holes (too cold) but Sue decided that "Broken Wing"
needed to have his nummies!
Too Cold... Time To Drink?
We visited for a while before going home to watch movies
We did some serious Happy Hour before going home and
watching two TV Christmas movies
Did You Know? - Often, the term Celtic music is applied to the music of Ireland and Scotland because both lands have produced well-known distinctive styles which actually have genuine commonality and clear mutual influences. The definition is further complicated by the fact that Irish independence has allowed Ireland to promote 'Celtic' music as a specifically Irish product. However, these are modern geographical references to a people who share a common Celtic ancestry and consequently, a common musical heritage.
These styles are known because of the importance of Irish and Scottish people in the English speaking world, especially in the United States, where they had a profound impact on American music, particularly bluegrass and country music.
The music of Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, Brittany, Galicia, Cantabria and Asturias (Spain) and Portugal are also considered Celtic music, the tradition being particularly strong in Brittany, where Celtic festivals large and small take place throughout the year, and in Wales, where the ancient eisteddfod tradition has been revived and flourishes.