order cenforce over the counter Actually, it was just one of Lester’s wheels. His car had been in the shop the day before, and something hadn’t been put back correctly, or something. He made it to the golf course, though, and the wheel didn’t come completely off until he was in the parking lot. (He made a deep gouge in the gravel.) If all that had happened at speed on a highway, he probably would have missed his tee time:
Recently, I spent a week in Colorado on a New Yorker assignment unrelated to golf, and while I was there I took two flights in a very small plane. I saw many golf courses from the air, including the one in the photo below. I assume that those orange things are target greens on a driving range. The first person who identifies the course and explains the orange things will receive a disappointing prize. (I myself don’t know the answers.)
While you think, you can watch this video I shot from the plane. We were maybe a thousand feet above the ground:
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That is the Family Sports Center Driving Range located just north of Centennial Airport where you took off, or landed. Those are practice greens on the range.
A winner. Send a mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send you your disappointing prize.