- Apr 30, 2005
18th hole on the Queens course. Lovely finishing hole - drive over a gorge with the hole sweeping to the left.
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Looks like Vermont.In fact looks just like Vermont. Nice photo anyway. What kind of camera are you using?Kilted Arab said:One of my favourite views at Gleneagles and I always take a photo there...I must have about 6 of the same scene...I never tire of it..!
MBeachGirl said:Looks like Vermont.In fact looks just like Vermont. Nice photo anyway. What kind of camera are you using?
Whoa! Dude...easy on the Genessee Cream ales.They'll blind ya. You need to switch over to Magic Hat #9 or Long Trail. Maybe a Molson Export.VtDivot said:I dril holes in Vermont when mrs divot lets me which is not too often
Nice pics though. And I agree it does look a lopt like VT.. or northern NS as well
Wait, bear with me, I'm still getting used to this...now who is drilling what on LAke Champlain? Sling? You drilling on Lake Champlain? Ice fishing or do you have a girlfriend up there?Bravo said:LOL!!.......
I'm there lately at least once a month.Burlington is where I fly into.Then I go downtown and hop the ferry over to Port Kent and I'm five minutes from my final destination.The ferry ride is about an hour since it crosses the broadest part of the lake.Bravo said:Have you spent much time in Vermont?
VtDivot lives in Burlington and I have family in the area...
A beautiful place.
Yes, the sunsets over the Adirondacks are impressive and the Vermonters have got that market cornered. But the sunrises that come up over the Green Mountains are even more gorgeous not to mention the Moon rises that are down right biblical.Bravo said:Yes, the size of the lake is not known to most North Americans. Outside of the Great Lakes which are so well known to Canadians and Americans, it is like Lake Champlain does not exist...
I lived one summer in a house overlooking the lake from the East, seeing the sun set over the Adirondacks...