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We Start The Day With Breakfast At ORCC And A Round Of Golf

We were NOT too sure about golf today from our picture window breakfast vantage point

The clouds are moving quickly to the East

Sue loads up and heads out... Bunny, Charlotte, and Paul are walking

Blue skies... Its beginning to look OK

Did You Know? - Light from the sky is a result of the scattering of sunlight, which results in a blue color perceived by the human eye. On a sunny day Rayleigh scattering gives the sky a blue gradient — dark in the zenith, light near the horizon. Light that comes in from overhead encounters 1/38th of the air mass that light coming along a horizon path encounters. So, fewer particles scatter the zenith sunbeam, and therefore the light remains a darker blue.

The blueness is at the horizon because the blue light coming from great distances is also preferentially scattered. This results in a red shift of the far lightsources that is compensated by the blue hue of the scattered light in the line of sight.

In other words, the red light scatters also; if it does so at a point a great distance from the observer it has a much higher chance of reaching the observer than blue light. At distances nearing infinity the scattered light is therefore white. Far away clouds or snowy mountaintops will seem yellow for that reason; that effect is not obvious on clear days, but very pronounced when clouds are covering the line of sight reducing the blue hue from scattered sunlight.

It's the girls and Paul... Life is indeed good

James joined us on eight

The cloud formations were magnificent this afternoon

The geese meet us on 18 with their nasty disposition

Did You Know? - Canada Geese are primarily herbivores, although they sometimes eat small insects and fish. Their diet includes green vegetation and grains. The Canada Goose eats a variety of grasses when on land. It feeds by grasping a blade of grass with the bill, then tearing it with a jerk of the head. The Canada Goose also eats grains such as wheat, beans, rice, and corn when they are available. In the water, it feeds from silt at the bottom of the body of water. It also feeds on aquatic plants, such as seaweeds. In urban cities, they are also known to pick food out of garbage bins.

Bunnaford the brave

Notice the Grandma has been here... Vitamin fortified duck food

Game Over, Excitement Starts... Bunny Dropped A Ring In Her Car

Charlotte is protecting her car door while James is searching under the seat

James is having a religious experience... Got a similar view from Bunny's side but the image disappeared from the camera

Ring Found... Time For Happy Hour

Bunny does the dance of the seven corks

Linda 'splains

What's Next? Dancing At The Elks

Cathy, Marcia, and Leon

Lee meets our friends... Ed must be telling a whopper

Oh oh... The punch line must have been fantastic

What are they up to?

Someone told Bob he could squeeze the last drop out of the wine bottle... literally

It's getting late

They are attempting to sneak out

Irene is just plain good.... Very very good