Without any golf reports to report, or unsolicited advice to dispense, this will instead be a miscellany.
Where to begin? Perhaps sunrise, day, and night views of Niagara Falls would be good.
That was just before sunrise.
That was a sunny afternoon.
And this was on a clear night.
I was in Niagara Falls to speak at the Ontario Golf Course Management Conference. And at this conference, more than most, I met with many friends and made new ones. Two factors contributed to this fine result. First, the conference had a large attendance, hundreds of people. Second, we all spoke English quite well. So there was all kinds of conversation for a few days. Great fun.
But all the fine weather and fun wouldn't last. Snow came, and a blizzard came, and it was time to cross the border.
Eventually I made it back to Thailand, cured of all colds, jettisoned of all jet lag.
And just in time, for I was the guest on this episode of Frankly Speaking.
After that it's been intensive work and study, with short breaks for some of my favorite foods and a few escapades in the February sunshine.