Recreation

The Hunters Season

Time, like a river, keeps on flowing. We can’t stop it or make more of it. It’s what we do with time — in the hunters season — that matters. 

Pickled over Pickleball

An unexpected impact of the pandemic has found seniors, who are often associated with shuffleboard & bingo, getting physical with pickleball.

Makerspaces: Where People Create

Creativity might be free, but making stuff isn’t — a bummer for creative individuals lacking funds. That’s where makerspaces come in.

Another Season in the Books

I’m in my funk because it’s the end of golf season. I’ll survive. like I always do, I always find a way to enjoy winter.

Life Lesson from a Bike Accident

It’s all about perspective. Instead of mourning the losses from my bike accident, I reflected on all the thrills I’ve had right up to age 73.

The Hole Truth about Cornhole

“The neighborhood is having a get-together, a chance to meet new people.” / “Okay, I’m in.” / “It’s a cornhole contest.” / “Okay, I’m out.”

Addicted to Golf: Man, It’s Hot Out!

There’s an old country song that says “too hot to golf…too cold at home!” I relish each opportunity to golf—some days it’s pretty darn hot.