Once a week I like to take a little bit of time out, time to look at some of the 30,000+ photos that I have stored on my computer. Little lost moments in time that I either captured with a lens, scanned, or just stole from someplace on the internet. I like to find just one and post it up and recall or relive the picture to the best of my ability. Sometimes this is a pretty easy task and sometimes it's not that easy, one thing it has always been is a whole lot of fun.
This weeks pic goes back to the late 1970's here in Morgantown, it was a time when it appears the football stadium was still under construction, Ruby Memorial was years away and I still lived with my grandmother in our house where she lived until she passed away. That house is indicated with a small red circle on the picture.
If you look closely at the bottom of the picture, just above the parking lot, you can see the last remaining remnants of the old Mountaineer Golf Course. That was where the 8th hole was located. I actually was caddying for former WVU Baseball Coach Steve Harrick back then and I saw him just miss a hole in one on that hole by just a couple of inches.
Have yourselves a great day today, it is also the start of my weekend.