Golf this weekend was an adventure—and not the 100-swings-of-the-club, looking-in-the-trees-all-day kind either. It was a fun adventure, with a sense of mystery thrown in. That’s because one of my golfing buddies finally twisted my arm enough to get me to play Grossinger’s up in the Catskills.
It was Saturday, and Nancy and I had spent the day cleaning out the vegetable garden from under a pile of dead leaves. We even took advantage of the early summer-like weather to sow a few rows of beets, beans and lettuce.
The 21st of April marks a hardly-momentous anniversary in the wine world—the one-year anniversary of my blog. I wasn’t really sure what I was getting into when Marvin asked his senior editors for blog volunteers.
It's getting pretty depressing around here. From the weather, that is. Cold, raw rainy yesterday. Cold and gray today. A respite tomorrow before another storm comes in and dumps cold rain on us Sunday and Monday.
Easter weekend, baseball season, the Masters—all annual events that herald the arrival of spring. That means golf season, outdoor grilling and lots of crisp whites and fresh rosés on the back deck. Of course, things seem to be running a bit behind weatherwise in the northeast.
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