Unusual rock formations on the shore of a lake in Burma.
reflected in the still waters
Shown in vertical plane for special emphasis.
Scottsdale Golf Club
I am told that this is an actual sign, posted at a golf club in
1. BACK STRAIGHT, KNEES BENT, FEET SHOULDER WIDTH APART.
2. FORM A LOOSE GRIP.
3. KEEP YOUR HEAD DOWN!
4. AVOID A QUICK BACK SWING.
5. STAY OUT OF THE WATER.
6. TRY NOT TO HIT ANYONE.
7. IF YOU ARE TAKING TOO LONG, LET OTHERS GO AHEAD OF YOU.
8. DON'T STAND DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF OTHERS.
9. QUIET PLEASE...WHILE OTHERS ARE PREPARING.
10. DON'T TAKE EXTRA STROKES.
WELL DONE. - NOW FLUSH THE URINAL, GO OUTSIDE, & TEE OFF
I included that so that I could refer back to my post about the Gold Cross Golf Club
and include this old photograph that Jan has sent me. BTW for any newcomers to
Jan's site please have a listen to the music, that is the Aussie legend, the late
Slim Dusty singing "G'day, G'day"
In the middle row 2nd and 3rd from left are the two Georges who started the
whole thing off, George Honey (with the tie) has his son Ron in front of him,
(Ron's son makes the third generation of the family in the club).
Alan is on the right of George Honey and a little further along that same row is
someone you all know well (cute ain't he) front row far left is Brian, who is the
one who sparked off this memory.
This photo was taken on probably our second "Trip Away Weekend" at the
coastal Victorian town of Queenscliff, we are proudly displaying our trophies
and spoils of the weekend.
UPDATE; did you read Jan's comment? Only 8 of the 19 in the photo are still
alive today.... THAT"S SCARY.
And this was just too cute to leave out.
WHAT SHE NEEDED.
Mothers" from the local library.