Hope all well. Not traveling abroad this summer so spending lots of time in Laramie: running, playing pickleball, and taking wildflower photos. We’re all enjoying summer: walks each morning to the park for Sorrel, tennis and pool-time for Susan, and for me enjoying that each day is spent wearing shorts and soaking my frequently tired legs in our little Walmart wading pool. Some good local news is the fence that stretched some five miles north to south across the Pilot Hill Recreation Area (blocking miles of wonderful trials) was finally removed. So once more I’m enjoying long runs surrounded by beautiful wildflowers (photos below). Also, I was elected president of our local Pickleball Association; one of my first tasks was creating an online presence (link to website below). Pickleball is a great game for players of all ages (providing exercise and fellowship); we’ve a fairly new outdoor pickleball court where and I tend to play two hours a day, five days a week. (“Recess for adults,” is how one of our older players once described pickleball.)
More soon … currently working on an addition to my Youtube channel featuring local wildflowers.
Jambo rafiki Michael. Sending greetings and love from Arusha, Tanzania 😊. It is with great pleasure that I read about president position of your local pickleball association. You have the drive and potential needed to lead the team.
Thank you for introducing the pickleball here in Arusha, two adults have joined,this is amazing ,since most of adults here usually do not take part in sports and fitness.Now this game will help them to be physically and mentally fit and be able to live meaningful life .
The flowers pictures are beautiful some of them look like what we have here…..waiting for the youtube post.Asante, Peter.