As I sat in the referee meeting on Saturday afternoon at the US Open Pickleball Championship I had one of those “ah-ha” moments. You’ve had those moments. A light bulb suddenly appears above your head and you say, “Oh now I get it.”
We first wrote about why we joined Harvests Hosts in April 2016. Over the last year, we have visited wineries and museums. As we planned our 2017 winter trip to California, the Harvest Hosts website was consulted frequently. Today we share our stop at Sombra Antigua Winery, in Anthony, New Mexico. … Continue reading →
We continue our three-part series on pickleball observations today, with a simple suggestion…favor your forehand.
I recall fondly the excitement that led up to the US Open last year. A big, major, sanctioned event…finally on the east coast. Local pickleball enthusiasts and sport event marketers had convinced a major real estate developer and the local city council to invest in a sport with a funny name.
With median incomes at twice the national average, mixed drinks at the Hotel Del costing $14, and homes starting at $1 million you might think that there aren’t any cheap things to do in Coronado. But you would be wrong!
This is the second of a three-part series based on my pickleball observations during “rec play”. Last week I asked you to stop bending your back. Today I implore you to slow down…stop shuffling so much! … Continue reading →