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Now that is a great logo!
Michael, Dan not only designed it, he also built much of it. Site visits? He virtually lived there.
I think Spokane airport would be your best bet.You could get there in 3 hours if you own a radar detector...otherwise closer to a 3.5 hour drive. Slag,Will this course be private or public?
Congratulations on the great looking course, Norbert. As I understand it, you did the bunker construction, right? Way to go!
Will this course be private or public?
Wow, Slag, to show how in sync we are, here is a little map I found of the great Missoula floods:Pumpkin Ridge is also built on silt from the floods, with a few exotic Montana gneiss boulders thrown in for good measure.(Map courtesy of the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture)
Will the housing impose on the course significantly?It looks like a "target" layout from the pics - ie) not a lot of bump and run - is that accurate?Cheers
Slagbert already wrote that it is public, to turn semi-private.Alfalfa is used as the first greek letter in University of Idaho sororities, such as alfa falfa hay.Or it is something to let the Washington State University cheerleaders to graze on.