Anyone who even slightly suspected I might be nuts is probably sure of it now. I've ridden around town with the travelling bevos perched on my car's dashboard, taken them to the museum, and now I've taken them to play golf.
I normally play with the girls on Wednesday and Friday but this week our day was moved to Thursday. So I packed up Fred And Bessie and we hit the golf course, teeing off at 10:00 AM. They loved riding on the dashboard of the golf cart, which is what gave them their next idea.
Fred and Bessie decided the golf carts were just too much fun and insisted they wanted to surf on top of the golf cart. I provided them with some sticky stuff so they wouldn't have an accident and off we went. You should have heard their squeals of delight! Wheee! They were just hilarious. SURFING U.S.A.!!!!!
I put them out to pasture for some much needed grazing while we were waiting for the slow old farts in front of us, which the bevos were most grateful for. As a matter of fact, they ate so much grass I was afraid I wouldn't be able to get them back in the cart. However, we managed, and moved on to the next hole.
They served as a most complimentary gallery and I shot a really great round, although I didn't break 100. Fred & Bessie loved watching my friend Judy play, as she is really good.
When we were finished with our round, we turned around and played in the Scramble hosted by our club each Thursday. Unfortunately, no one won the money so it carries over to next week. It should be around $1,000.00 next week.
Notice how I have them far enough away from me so as to not harm them, just in case I shank one.
After we finished we headed to a favorite local Mexican food restaurant called La Bodega, where we had Margaritas and dinner. Fred & Bessie chose not to have Margaritas, but thoroughly enjoyed the hot sauce & chips. Frankly, I was so tired that I forgot to take any more pictures. The Margs were also having their way with me, so we headed home after that, with no fanfare.
After some much needed rest, we'll be out and about and ready to go on our next adventure.
Which I believe will be lunch with Janie of Sounding Forth. It will be the first time Janie and I have met In Real Life, even though we live just minutes apart. Fred & Bessie are our *Visiting Ambassadors* you know.