The amber waves of grain.
This was a pretty birdie shot right up next to the pin!
Out of 120 players who qualified for the national tourney, our young man placed 30th. There were very few low rounds posted, but it was totally understandable due to the strong, hot winds that blew each day. It was totally exhausting and we were so ready to get off the course after every round. It was a great course and a terrific experience though, and we were glad we were able to go.
School events are over; now we are moving on to SUMMER! The Golfer starts his job tomorrow at a local course 70 miles away. He's going take an apartment in town so we'll probably only get to see him once a week. The other college son is home and working for us on the ranch this year. Yay!
Speaking of summer, look who visited my backyard Columbine flowers today!
I like butterflies. We rarely see Swallowtails so this black & yellow beauty was a special gift.