The course I played Sunday allowed people with the same address to ride together.
I don't know if that is officially "OK" here in Minnesota, but there were a few double rider carts, and the owner told us that was how he was doing it.
I personally don't see that as a bad thing.
Those of us doing testing seem to think the likelihood of wrong test results (false negatives/positives) due to the test kits is more likely than anything else.
We've seen around a 20% error rate with the early kits. We wasted a lot of kits doing repeat tests when the disease presentation and...
Not bad for me after winter.
The HL4 clubs are still amazing!!!!
Would've had a good (for me) round, but hit 2 into a swamp off the tee on a par 5 for a 9.
I was trying to kill it. I succeeded, only I killed my score.
If it got me out of the hospital and onto the course, I'd do it.
We'll see how today goes. My wife had me do a mulch/dirt run yesterday once she found out Menards was not only essential, bit had the rebate going.....
The shoulders are sore.
For art, it's easy with MIG and gas. You can cut mistakes apart and re-weld. Almost the opposite of wood.
Compared to a "real" welder though, well, let's just say the grinder makes me the welder I'm not........
People seem to be stuck in the logical fallacy of the false dichotomy in regards to covid19.
This isn't Captain Trips. It also damn sure isn't the flu.
We don't need to shut everything down and act like it's the end of the world, but, at the same time, prudent measures to prepare were...
Some are used, but cleaning them is a pain. Most from a place called Centaur Forge.
For what people pay me for horseshoe stuff, using new is cost effective simply because you don't have to clean them, which takes a decent amount of time.