My daughter Olivia is nearing the end of her visit so we celebrated her trip with a visit to Café Torino. Olivia, who spent some time in Italy, tells me the food is authentic Italian and gave it her thumbs up.
I had a very good risotto dish with seafood and celebrated the end of a very grueling day. Note the empty wine glass. I am easy to please and will eat anything put in front of me even if over cooked, under cooked, obvious waiter spit in my food but for heaven's sake, don't let my wine glass go dry for an extended time!
What made the day grueling, mentally if not physically was.....I went golfing!!!! And, how bout that??? My hiking Treksta shoes work just fine on the golf course too.
The first hole. Very nice but I hit several bad shots and thus began the grueling experience of playing 9 holes. So frustrating. I shot a 43 that included a birdie! How about that...yeah, I know, not much but a good rest day of fun. I called Rick Miller, the esteemed Thursday New Albany ride leader to give him a pep talk. I told him, "Good luck". What more can be said?
Mark is a long-time cyclist who enjoys poking fun at himself but most especially at his friends. No nicknames or comments are intended to offend, accept them in the humor they are intended.