We decided to play golf today and it was a perfect day! The weather was “cool” but refreshing!
We actually played in two hours, Paul forgot to stop the timer when we went upstairs.
3,299 steps was all we did… We think the soft grass may not register on the accelerometer in the phone.
Of course, the ducks do not go hungry when grandma Sue is around!
Did You Know? Male ducks have an eclipse plumage similar to females that they wear after the breeding season for about a month as their new feathers grow. During that month, they are completely flightless and more vulnerable to predators. At this time, many male ducks stay in isolated, remote areas or flock together for protection in numbers.
We heard noise and when we look over the small golf cart bridge we saw the teens at play. Mommy duck was near by.
Did You Know? Most male ducks are silent and very few ducks actually “quack.” Instead, their calls may include squeaks, grunts, groans, chirps, whistles, brays and growls. Females can also make a wide range of different noises, and they are usually more vocal than males.
We did some happy hour after playing nine.
We went to Katella Deli to order a cake and had to stop in the bar and order their onion rings! Best we have ever had!
OK, time to go home!
Oh… We called Lilly to sing Happy Birthday to her but she was at Disneyland.