|2 green poa vs bent|
|Rose bush behind 3 green|
|The member in my foursome of the member guest. rt thru the fescue|
|Bert sticking his nose out the gunwhale on the "Govenor"|
|this is the size of your arm and is poison ivy. no joke|
In the dew and light of early morning the second green showed the diference between annual blue grass "poa" and bentgrass. As little as three yrs ago this green was 95 % Poa so our regulation and now watering practices are working to give the bent a fighting chance. The rose bush that when we moved it from the 3rd ladies tee my life was threatened if it did not survive. Not sure if the internet makes it to the great beyond but Lois if you are reading this: it is doing well. Followed the other cart in my group to the 5th tee and this is where it goes. Needless to say he was told he would be duly chastized here for all to see. The only boat I enjoy riding outside right on the rail is the Govenor, and Bert was enjoying it also. Will has been busy brushcutting and pruning the road edges. No small feat with over 4 miles to do. This year he is getting aggressive on the poison ivy climbing the trees. Certainly the largest I have seen. The word ubiquitous does not do justice to the extent of poison ivy on MV.
|the Big Guy coming up|