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11 a.m. game versus High Desert Diamonds from New Mexico. Not much hitting, but the Dream Team wins, 7-3. This sets up the championship game against Dreamgirlz from Virginia. This team is the triple crown winner and has been rolling over every one. Yesterday they beat us 19-4. After two innings we lead 1-0. After five we were down 3-2. Ended up losing 8-5. It was ...
... th. We come up and score 9 runs to take an 8 run league. They come up and first batter flys out to left. Next two guys single. Next batter hits a fly ball to our left center fielder. Unbelievably he drops the ball. This player is one of the best players I know. Happens to the best of us. They then rip off about 8 hits in a row and beat us by one. Tourney over. Very disappointing. Angie's team plays Sunday morning at 11 ...
Sunny and a little windy. Fields in remarkably good shape. Outfields a little soggy, but infields fine. Started off with a win versus Kinnco from Michigan, 23-15. Then played Levin Financial out of Florida, 23-13. Earned the number one seed based on runs scored. We were tied with another team on runs given up. Play at 1230. Went to the banquet. Angie got her glove. The Wounded Warrior team was there and it was awesome. Actual dinner was not good. Bar-b-que chicken ...
We still visit the Anhinga Trail as
often as possible – the wildlife just congregates there, especially
once the water levels start dropping. Though this year, water levels
are the highest I've seen during this “dry” season.
Planned another kayak trip to visit
Highland Beach where some Pilot Whales got stuck late last year;
figured I could ogle the bones left by the sharks and ...
... hear the excitement, and share in the moment too. However, it was time for Terri to share in that joy and for me to allow him that step towards independence, less of the helicopter mom and more of the sideline viewpoint. There was one phone call request. One phone call I insisted upon and would pay for the call no matter the cost.
Taking two boys on such an adventure means you have to 1. feed them constantly and ...