The Inn And Spa At East Wind
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... and offering me only a pitching wedge through five iron, three woods, and a putter. Bolton and I are equal golfers, so immediately my goal was to beat him with Ray Cook by my side! After 9 holes, I shot a 46 and was down 5 strokes heading into the turn. Mom always credits her side of the family with my golf skills, but it was my Dad's "Potagee Judo" teachings that ended up coming in handy this day! I ended up shooting ...
... in the sea. Saw lots of evidence of last years hurricane which destroyed houses and trees right across long island. Saw lots of jellyfish washed up and the temp of the sea was actually quite warm! We then drove back and all got an ice cream from their local shop and Ros cooked a great dinner for us all. Spaghetti bolognese and apple crumble with custard for pudding :D Stayed with them until 9 and then got the train back to the ...
So I'm in LAX (again) off to spend a week in fabulous Cancun, I just broke the L key on my computer, and my girlfriend is asleep on the bench next to me.
I'm jet-lagged and smacking my pinkie finger over and over on L. But it works, kind of.
Before I started a blog on this trip, I figured I'd spend a second to reflect on the last one.
Hurricane Sandy destroyed ...
... before I could help and not just be in the way.
My mother just texted me, though, that she’s sitting in her house, alone, without lights, worrying that the looters were coming. It makes me feel guilty that I’m sitting in the sunshine, relaxing in a Starbucks, playing on the computer. But the most important thing is to be helpful to her, not to do something just because I feel guilty.
So I’m off to Oahu and then to NY. Again. ...
Headed straight to Harlem to hear some gospel music this morning. Late start
and a small subway mix-up, but made it in time. Lots of people pouring off the
trains heading for church. One little girl complained we were walking too slow
as she and her mother manoeuvred past us. Judy apologised, and mum said, "No need to be
sorry, we just don't want to be late for church."