In the olden days, settlers in blizzard-prone parts of the country spent the winter doing things like making candles and splitting cedar logs into shingles. My golf buddies and I—on days when we can’t figure out how to play somewhere, somehow—find similar ways to stay busy. Hacker (real name) referees high-school wrestling matches. Tim D. repairs his equipment—for example, by sewing up rips in his golf bag:
I recently used my favorite photo-project website, Mixbook.com, to create a photo album of my personal golf memories from last year:
And I created a long-term supply of my favorite golf-appropriate nutritional supplement, using a kit my wife gave me:
The kit contained everything I needed:
The only thing not included was a nice big pork belly, which my wife also gave me:
The instructions were easy to follow:
And now I have enough to last at least a couple of weeks.