Since my last post! I don't even know where to begin.
I saw rutting elk in the Redwoods, and mountain biked for the first time in Moab, Ate oysters on Bainbridge Island, saw whales in California near the wreck of the Brother Johnathan, and ate lumpia at the Eval Keneval festival in Butte Montana.
And right now I am watching "Conceiving Ada" with the beautiful Tilda Swinton: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118882/
...And eating "laceys cookies" I picked up at Trader Joes, dark chocolate and almond. Dark chocolate sometimes keeps me awake, but am getting sleepy and tired from the long drive from bend and the sunburn earned while playing:
"The Orvis Casting Course at the Old Mill is the only 18-hole golf-style casting course of its kind in North America. It was designed for fun, education, and as an opportunity to practice essential casting skills before going fishing or during the off-season. The course is free and open to the public. It was developed in partnership with The Old Mill District.
Each station is named after a given fishing situation exemplifying its unique challenges; some will require roll casts, some distance, all require a level of accuracy and all provide fun and improve your casting. Users can keep track of their scores on scorecards distributed at the store. Best scores will be showcased on a plaque in the entrance of the store."
From the web site: Orvis
I chose to not keep track of my points after the first few holes, but plan on returning and kicking some Orvis Course ass.
but now it is movie and nap time.