Monday, August 7, 2017

Monday Musings - August 7, 2017

1. August is passing. One week is gone already.

2. Weekends are pleasantly busy times. There always seems to be so much to do.

1st Tee Box
Maryland National
August 6, 2017
3. Being on a golf course at 7AM on a Sunday morning can't be beat. Sunday it was Maryland National in Middleton, MD.

4. I enjoyed working with Tina yesterday doing the back brakes on her Jeep. Jeeps have enough room to actually get around and work on. 

5. I find it interesting that we need to excavate more coal.

Chewie in a Towel
6. I cannot do a project without bleeding. I was able to cut myself yesterday doing brakes. I guess it isn't a project unless some blood is spilled!

7. What do you do with a wet dog? He loves the pool. Wrap him in a towel of course.


U.S. Troops Train in Eastern Europe to Echoes of the Cold War - The New York Times
Let Forest Fires Burn? What the Black-Backed Woodpecker Knows - The New York Times

Quote for the Week

"I believe that we've come too far, struggled too hard, and accomplished too much to turn back now. Once again the world knows that America will stand up for freedom, democracy, and peace with human dignity. And once again America is prepared for peace."
Ronald Reagan
Remarks at the National Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Chicago, Illinois, August 24, 1984

-- Bob Doan, Elkridge, MD

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