Sunday, November 29, 2009
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
A special thank you to Stan for coming out and helping Rich - They make a pretty good team!!
Enjoy the pictures.............
The Happy Hour and Monkey Ball Golf over, Sunday meant more of our picklebll friends arriving at Peace River. Stan and Sally left Arcadia and arrived early morning. In the 5th wheel directly behind him was Travis. A little later that day Bruce and Gena arrived. So on Monday morning we had a good group of players enjoying our new courts.
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Even Baxter came out to watch this morning - I think we'll dub him our official pickleball mascot.
As more and more players come into the park - morning play just doesn't seem to be sufficient for many of them. Several days ago, while over in Sebring, Dick picked up 10 ft. of aluminum. The lights that are currently at the courts are really more like street lights, and unfortunately do not provide enough light for night play. Our hope was that we could place them strategically behind the lights in hopes that it would allow the light to reflect further on the courts.
Monday, November 23, 2009
But at 4:oo on Saturday afternoon, the crew started to arive with food and drinks and chairs and BIG smiles- ready to enjoy the evening.
As usual the food was delicious and included pepper steak and noodles, crackers, cheese, sausage and pepperoni, bagle bites, chips and salsa, fruit salad etc. etc.....
Here are all the folks that were there along with Rich and I.
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Here's Keith busy at the stove and Marie fixing me a white russion with their 'home made' Kahlua! Needless to say it was 'wonderful'.
Marie snapped this shot of Rich as Keith decorated the table with an array of food, sure to please any pallet.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
It rained this morning, so no one was on the courts. Rich left for Sun City Center to meet up with his doubles partner for practice, and the rain held off for them. The sky looked pretty threatening most of the day but it didn't rain and spoil or evening affair!! Actually, until the mosquitos arrived at dusk, the evening was very pleasant.