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The powers that be have decided we cannot rent any canoes or kayaks until further notice. The river is still quite high, and the current is zipping along. This river normally has a very slow current so it’s pretty amazing to see the water moving so fast. There is a dam across the river just outside of the park’s boundaries. We sure wouldn’t want anyone going over the dam because the water is flowing too fast!
The waters in the campground are receding slowly. The Point section of the campground is still closed. There are still many flooded areas, but at least you can see where the banks of the river are again. It was pretty quiet in the campground this weekend. I think the weather and wet conditions kept people away. About 20 sites were occupied.
There have been hundreds of little yellow butterflies flitting around lately. It’s so pretty when a large group of them are flying around. My mom says they’re the kind of butterflies that leave worms in her cabbage. I don’t have any cabbage, so I like them!
Kevin and I played our weekly round of golf today. It was a beautiful day with highs in the low 80s and finally, some lower dew points. The course had been closed since the downpours last Thursday night. Today was the first day they were open again, and only 9 holes were available for play.
The course was quite backed up and play was VERY slow. For the third week in a row, I scored par on one hole. The rest of the holes were not as good. I had some good shots and some bad shots; same old story :)
For the first time this year, I kept score on every hole. In previous weeks, I would end up with some holes that were so bad I just didn’t count. Today I counted all strokes. The total wasn’t very good, but I feel I am playing a little better every week. If only I could find some consistency!
Tomorrow I’ll tell you about our yesterday’s excursion. Stay tuned!
Don’t wish upon a star – Reach for one!