Thursday, February 12, 2009

No Problem

Rudyard Kipling, when he lived in Vermont, played golf with a green ball so he could see it on top of the snow.
I wonder about baseball...certainly sliding into home plate would be easier under these conditions.


Boise Diva said...

Well, with that sign, the decision of whether or not to play is made for you. said...

I found your blog by seeing your comment on Scottsdale Daily Photo. That's a funny post today.

I guess kids could play baseball using snow balls instead of baseballs, but therw would not be any seams on the snow balls, so it would be harder to throw a curve ball.

Clueless in boston said...

Winter baseball in the snow could give a whole new meaning to sliding into second. Opening day isn't too far away and Spring can't be far behind. Can you tell I'm sick of winter?

roentarre said...

I doubt this kind of weather is really good for baseball at all :)