The campsite we reserved was near Gary and Shelia and had nice afternoon shade but those shading trees also blocked our satellite view. With Auburn playing LSU Saturday evening, it's critical to have access to television. We relocated where we won't be close to the others at all but we do have certain priorities.....
|Our Pin Oak Campground site, complete with dogs.|
Gary's grandson, Grant, was our fourth. Because he didn't play golf, photography duties fell to Grant. Many thanks to him for making these golf day memories for us.
|Him (L) and me (R)|
Wayne's golf game is improving but I still hit twice for every hit the guys make. Even starting from the Ladies Tees, I'm the drag on the group. Doesn't matter, I never get discouraged and continue to love playing. I just hope everyone doesn't get tired of waiting for me to hit.... and hit... and hit.
On Saturday, an afternoon hamburger cookout preceded the Auburn v. LSU football game. Our site had late afternoon shade but the sun beat down hot on us until well after halftime. Shelia brought along her snow cone machine and it was a hit as I watched the making of two dozen snow cones before I stopped counting.
|Watching the game.|
Shelia, Rick, Sue, Wayne, Kent, Gary and Grant (L to right)
|Audrey and Ella. |
Making and eating flavored ice to keep cool.
|Audrey, Ella and Natalie found a bit of shade.|
|Kent and Grant throwing Frisbee|
|Making snow cones and watching our team take a beating.|
|The Three Stooges|
Grant, Wayne and Gary.
|Wayne with his trusty driver|
|Gary pleading with the King Cobra for good hits!|
|It looks so easy...|
I feared Grant would become frustrated with golf but we all reassured him that he wouldn't regret taking up the sport. He has such a wonderfully positive outlook. I've heard since that he is practicing every day and that Gary is taking him to the driving range on occasion.
We returned to Pine Tree for a third and final round of golf later in the week. Grant and his family had long left the campground but we were joined by a new forth, Gary's friend, Rick. I don't know if I made much progress in these three rounds, but I sure had a good time.
Shelia and Sue brought sewing materials, machines and ideas to the campground and were busy making Christmas gifts while we played golf. Here's proof.
Last and yes, least. It's been awhile since I posted pictures of Lexie and Ozzie so I snapped these to share...
|Our little Lexie rarely looks at the camera.|
|Ozzie always looks at the camera|