We played in just about all of the Wednesday Scrambles and Chuck played with several others at The Quarry a couple of times. The Quarry is a beautiful golf course built in and around an old rock quarry.
|Chuck, Peter & Lynda Myshok, Warren, Roger, Larry & Terry|
|I was on the team with Peter, Larry, Clari and Dennis.|
|Chuck was on the team with Tim, Roger, John and Linda.|
|Lynda and Nancy decided to just whack each other. :)|
|Doc (who is 92) and his wife Barb were awarded|
for all their years of participating in the scrambles.
At 92, Doc is a really good golfer and can beat
Chuck or me!
|Lynda Myshok was awarded most dedicated golfer.|
|And I was surprised with the award for the most improved golfer!|
Besides now loving the game of golf, playing golf gave us a chance to meet friends and play golf with people we might not otherwise have met. We enjoyed it so much and are looking forward to playing a lot more golf next year!
We went to Boerne one day with Terry and Gloria when the weather was too unpredictable to play golf. We had a delicious lunch at a German restaurant and a relaxing afternoon strolling along the river.
On the last bike ride that I went on, we rode off to the newest section of the paved bike trails in San Antonio. The trail took us under where both I-35 and I-10 and followed along Apache Creek.
While we were there, an artist was working on a modern art piece.
The finished product with his signature across the entire painting in red.
After we left the coffee house and began biking back, we rode by were a group of kids who were working on their own supervised art project along a wall.
As we headed back to the main Riverwalk bike trail, we could see the Tower off in the distance.
On one of the Saturdays in March, Dave and BetteAnn Radue who head up the bike rides had a biker's breakfast and prepared those delicious Guenther House waffles. :) It was a huge success!
The Lantz's had a couple of fish fries with the last one being the biggest of all. Tim cooked the fish, MaryAnn cooked her delicious french fries and everyone else brought a little of this and a little of that to contribute to the dinner. I borrowed Warren and Joslyn's deep fryer and made some hushpuppies which I think were a hit too.
As you can tell, no one goes hungry at Travelers World! :)
Chuck and I also went to the last steak night at the park. We had our pork steaks and they were so delicious. Afterwards, they had music and dancing and the girls had lots of fun! :)
Chuck and I also competed in the last corn hole competition. We made it to the second round! :)
I went on a girls night out downtown to see the musical "Beautiful" based on the life of singer-songwriter Carole King. We had a nice dinner at the Market on Houston before the play.
After dinner, we walked across the street to the Majestic Theater for the play. The theater is very old and is beautiful. The musical was great. We never realized how many songs Carole King had written or helped to write by providing the lyrics.
|We had great seats!|
Ten of us went to the Tower for their Happy Hour appetizer specials one last time and then on the last Saturday in March, the Burlesons headed out. Everyone came out to say good-bye. :(
And on the last Sunday of the month, the Farnstroms and the Gregorys headed out.
Oh my goodness! What an magnificently wonderful three months we have had in San Antonio! We enjoyed being with old friends and we made so many new friends too! And we can't wait to see everyone next year!
BettyAnn and Kathy, thanks for all the wonderful pictures you took that I "borrowed" off of FB!