Two Years Old

Today my blog is officially two years old. I wasn't always sure I'd be able to keep up with the CDP challenge. But I'm glad I have especially for all of the virtual friendships and voyages. In celebration, I'm posting a picture of a beautiful juvenile cardinal who loves to feast at my feeder.

Here's a look back at my first post. I hope there will be many more to come!

And some bonus woodpecker footage!

Skywatch Friday

I can't resist a reflection shot! There's nothing like a beautiful sky reflected in the plate glass water. I hope to play the Dancing Rabbit again before I leave the state of Mississippi. Maybe next year on my husband's Gentleman's Cup Tournament.

Happy Friday everyone! To see other skies from around the world, click on the skywatch link.

The Clubhouse

The clubhouse was quite grand. There were also eight guest rooms upstairs where golfers could stay - we didn't know about that before though, maybe next time! They were setting up for a wedding on the back porch Saturday, it looked like it was going to be a fancy affair. I'd say there are worse places to get married.

Dancing Rabbit Part II

Here's a look at one of the holes on the Azaleas course. We played this one on Saturday and I shot one of the best rounds of my life. I had one birdie and several pars. A wonderful day of golf! I just wish I could play like that on my home course.

Dancing Rabbit

This is one of the beautiful holes on the Oaks course at Dancing Rabbit. We were lucky that it didn't rain while we were playing, but the course was still pretty wet from the rain all week. All this rain has certainly made it green though!

Golden Moon by Day

I thought it would be nice to see the same hotel in the light of day. It really looks different. I prefer the magical night view, and you?

Night Shot Part II

I was really excited about the August theme day. A night shot seemed to hold endless possibilities. The Cock of the Walk was my first choice, before my husband took me on the surprise trip to The Golden Moon. It's another restaurant right on the Rez. The name might lead you to believe they serve chicken, but their specialty is actually catfish. I've never actually eaten there (not a big fan of catfish and especially not fried), but I have had a drink there. They serve their draft beers in tin cups. Quite original!