The Clouds Lift Again
I have three large bags of golf clubs, accumulated over time and most represent something that makes parting with them, difficult. I have my grandfather's driver, the first driver I bought, antique clubs having value, clubs I designed and developed, etc... Regarding the above driver, I found 74,000 of them at a couple of foundries in China several years ago. They didn't know what to do with them since the company that had placed the POs, closed. Under US law, the foundry is not expected to eat the inventory. If they make several good faith efforts to collect and no payment made, I could take over the inventory and so I did, passing the clubs on to a US retailer who disposed of them. Anyway, I am selling or throwing away enough less desirable clubs to have consolidated clubs into two golf bags.
Another 10" of snow fell on the surrounding mountains. As I type this, another system is passing through, sure to leave another good layer.
Cycling clubs and camps have not arrived in earnest yet but some have and included with the first wave is cycling friend from Ohio, Doug M. Actually, he started in Encinitas, CA, greeted with monster storms so came to Tucson for a few days. Alas, the road up Mount Lemmon is closed to all traffic for a few days but the weather was ok so he got in a few good rides. For this winter, FL is where you want to be, not the southwest.
The snow touched lower elevation peaks too but only briefly.
After putting in a 40 mile ride on Monday and then enduring 3 days of crummy weather, I got out for another 40 miles on Friday. One of my favorite views is Blackett's Ridge and Thimble Peak with the snow covered Mount Lemmon as a backdrop.
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