6am and Lori is outside on her stool watering her hanging baskets. We have another golf lesson at 10:30 this morning. Get those clubs out Tommy! Sunny and nice up here this morning. It was pretty hot when I left Denver around 11 yesterday morning.

On the way home, I stopped for lunch with Marty where Tom, my guy from California, was hosting a wine tasting. Then Marty and I sat on his back patio at his house and smoked a cigar watching the Blue River roar by. We’re always trying to figure out what the hell is going on with the Country, and what we should do to make sure we’re set up right, especially for our kids.

Water levels in the rivers are high all over the State with the runoff from the snowpack. Sadly, lots of people are drowning this year. Most are not wearing life jackets. That’s kind of like not wearing a seat belt when driving. Not smart.

The heat is on. Looks like the southern States are already experiencing record temps. We have a busy couple of weeks coming up. The Tesla concert is next Tuesday and then two weeks from today, The Rolling Stones! Then two weeks after that is July 4th, and then it’s off to Spain! Throw in Father’s Day and Aspen Food and Wine and our schedule is full.

Today marks 80 years since the landing on the beaches of Normandy known as D-Day. There are a few guys left that were part of that historic event who are still alive and in France for the celebration. Biden is also over there, taking naps and embarrassing our Country. Hard to believe he is the best we can do in 2024. I don’t want to distract or take away from D-Day so no more politics today. Besides, everyone knows what’s going on, no need to beat the drum. It’s nice to see the Fench people still come out and thank us for liberating them almost 8 decades ago. I can’t imagine what those guys went through running on to those beaches with gunfire and artillery raining down on them.

That’s it, time to get moving so we can get to the gym before golf. Have a great day and God Bless.

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