I spent most of the day watching the final round of the Player's Golf Tournament, and then the L.A. Clippers vs. the OKC Thunder. The Thunder led the entire game, one time by as much as 22 points, and with 9 minutes to go in the game they were still up by 16 points. It did not look good for the Clippers, but then the unexpected happened......the Clippers started making baskets, and the Thunder began missing. With 67 seconds to go in the game the Clippers got their first lead in the game, and ultimately won by 2 points in one of the greatest NBA playoff comebacks in history....WOW!
We sat talking with a really nice young man (probably in his late 30's, or early 40's) named Bill Decker who was in town to do a walk through of a home he and his family were buying up near Park City. His family is back in Philadephia right now, but will be moving out in a few weeks. As I have written often here, it is ultimately the people we meet along the way that have made the biggest impression on me during our nomadic wanderings, and this was one of those occasions.
I was so impressed with the Smoked and Oaked Belgian Style Lager that I bought two 22 ounce bottles to take home for future consumption.
We then headed over to the local Trader Joe's to pick up a few items, and then were home by 7:30. Our evening out at Epic Brewing was the perfect cap to a great weekend spent with my brother and his family. On Monday we continue our trek westward to South Lake Tahoe, and warmer weather......seriously.....warmer weather!
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