Saturday, November 24, 2007

The New England Golfer, An Ongoing Series

It was 40 degrees in Lexington, Mass. yesterday, with 20 mph winds, which made it impossible to rake leaves. Driving on 128, I glanced over at the Pine Meadows golf course, and say not only were there players on the course, they were backed up on the eighth fairway waiting to hit!

It's not as windy today, but it is 29 at noon. It's impossible to rake leaves because many of them are frozen to the lawn. At the Stone Meadows driving range, half a dozen guys were out there beating balls.

God, did I feel like a weenie as watched these devoted souls. Not so much that I'd join them, however. Better a damaged self-image than a shattered earlobe.


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