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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Federer and Tiger today

We (Allison, Nancy and I) went to the Dick Clark American Bandstand Grill mid-afternoon yesterday. Allison and I had the "4th of July Buffet" - Nancy had the chicken tenders - a huge plate. Music was continuous from the 50s and 60s with tvs around. A little noisy for Nancy, she said.

Federer beat Roddick in 16-14 5th set for this 15th Grand Slam title. I tuned in at 6-7 in 5th, and couldn't go back to golf. Tiger just teed off at Congresional.

Nancy came up with this photo from Utah house off of her camera from May - that we thought was lost. We'll be out there in Utah, again, in a few days.

I'm in the "dining room" - the photo looking south - note the humming bird feeder. To the left, in this photo, is the great view of the Capital Reef National Park red cliffs.

It is another very good day! ;-)

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