Wednesday, October 10, 2012
On mornings that we have frost on the golf course, there are always a few housekeeping tasks that can be completed such as cleaning the shop, sweeping out the barns and doing work around the clubhouse. We also split wood during frosty mornings and throughout the winter. This wood is then sold to the members that would like to use it for campfires during the summer or in their wood stoves over the winter. Although we don't make a profit on this operation, it does keep us busy while making a little cash for the club during the slower periods.