Around 10:45 we headed to Mohawk Park just north of us to play the second course there. We got right on and had a beautiful walk on a picture perfect day. Even the oaks are starting to turn now. The high was 75 degrees and the air was cool and dry. We both played well but chipping and putting were problematic. We couldn't find the Gold Tees on 13 and had to back-track some so we got wore out. We played fast and were done by 2:30 after only three and a half hours. We made our way south on Sheridan and ate at White River Fish Market, established 1932. Their display case was loaded with the freshest looking seafood. I thought I was at Central Market in Austin. Bob had the grilled redfish and I had the broiled combo (Tilapia, scallops and shrimp.) Bob said his was really good but mine was a bit overdone and rubbery. The sides were good and we really enjoyed the hush puppies.
We got a Tulsa World at QT and were home by 4:15. We saw a mobile power washing service washing a Class A across the way from us. I guess that's legal here. I think we should track him down but we return home and crash with the paper. Tonight is NCIS and House.
It's 4:46 p.m. and 70.9 degrees.