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Well, I did not want to come back from Aruba yesterday. Golf, Beach, Family, and Sun.

I need to go thru my pics and make an gallery soon.

I had so much fun and missed most of the political sheninigans while I was done there.   Probably a good thing  🙂

I got to play the silly golf in the wind 4 times and finally figured it out on the last day, well at least a little bit.  I did not lose a golf ball the last round.

I did burn my shoulders pretty good though. I went snorkeling with my brother and nephews one day, and thought we would only be gone for a little, but was on the beach for most of the day without sunscreen on.  OUCH. Aruba’s sun is much more intense and I got burnt pretty bad on my shoulders, and had to get a swim shirt for the rest of the time I was there so I can protect my shoulders.

I will try to get a gallery and a longer post sometime soon.


ARGH I am back at home

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