Hi. It's steamy hot here. 112 and hopefully the monsoon is approaching. Everything is quite toasty out there.
Spent last weekend at the cabin. As usual Heber put on its 4th Celebration with a fireworks show. It was a good show and the weather was great. There was a fire just west of Heber, but fortunately the Forest Service got it under control overnight, so there was no need to worry.
Kyle had the week off from golf. No tournaments, no clinics. We went out and played 9 yesterday, though, to prep him for Monday's tournament. Ron bought him a new set of Nike irons on Wednesday, so we needed to try them out. He played great - shooting a 44 from the forward tees. That's 8 over par. Not bad for a 10 year old. I played for the first time since last fall, and things hurt today that I forgot I had. No score posting for me. I don't keep track. If I make contact with the ball and it goes more than a few yards a shot, I'm happy!
I've listed Kyle's scores from the 1st 3 tournaments on that particular post. I am happy to say that in the last tournament, Kyle placed 2nd! He was beat by a score of 26 (for 6 holes) and that was put up by a teenager. Kyle was very happy to take second and a nice trophy.
The pups are great. Getting so big you can't imagine. Joe is now swimming to the float and then climbing up and floating around. He loves to retrieve balls in the pool. Snoopy is still water shy and will only retrieve balls from the top step. I have video of Joe in the pool. As soon as I figure out how to upload it to the web, I'll post the site.
Nothing new on the AWA/US Air merger, but we'll keep you posted on that as well. For now, Ron continues to fly the 737. He's on reserve (call-out) and loving it. Many days a month go by with his getting paid to watch golf on TV and do the yard work. Kyle thinks the life of an airline pilot is awesome - yet he wasn't around or doesn't remember the years leading up to this life of leisure.
School starts for Kyle in a mere 3 weeks. The summer goes so fast and it's hard to believe he'll be starting 6th grade. He'll have the same teacher as last year, which he's looking forward to. This will be his last year at Edu-Prize if he gets into Surrey Garden. If not, then he'll do junior high at Edu-Prize and we'll worry about high school later. Keep your fingers crossed and prayers said for Surrey Garden. It's a very small private school near us, and we would love for Kyle to go there. He's excited because they have a golf team.
That's all for now. Stay cool and safe and enjoy what's left of your summer.