Saturday, May 10, 2008

White Oak

Today I found myself playing golf at the White Oak golf course. The White Oak golf course has two 18 hole courses. Tee off time was approximately 12:30 in the afternoon. There was a group of four of us, my brother, 2 others, and myself. Three and a half hours later at the end of hole 11, we could hear the rumble of a thunderstorm. Thus, my brother and I thought it would be best to call it a day for golfing. A very good call because 30 minutes later, the rain started to downpour. Golf was a load of fun even despite being unable to complete all 18 holes. I hadn't played golf since early high school. My stroke count was usually double par, or just below double par (because I either messed up my drive or messed up my putt).

After the game of golf, we started working on a 1000 piece puzzle. I took a pretty systematic approach to matching the pieces. I worked on the perimeter, then the row inside the perimeter, and so on... Since this puzzle had a fairly defined border, it made this process work efficient. Oh and the puzzle was a map of the ancient world if you are really curious about the puzzle ;)

Off to bed!

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