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Use of Artificial Grass for Tennis Court by Jime Jonson Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 8:00am The cost of maintaining a tennis court with natural turf is really very expensive. You have to continuously check for the quality of the surface, the quality of the grass, the length of the grass, etc. All of these require a lot of expenditure as well as manpower that can do the maintenance work and keep the court in a better condition for the va ... Read on »
Tennis anyone? by Paul L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 13 Sep 2009 10:07pm We have many loyal and grateful patients and families who want to help out. Here's the next event, on Thursday, September 17. Boston Realty Advisors invites you to participate in their annual Tennis Tournament on the grass courts at the Longwood Cricket Club to benefit the Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery at BIDMC. There are sti ... Read on »
The flood of '97 by Jennette F. Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:03pm When the power came back on yesterday, after 3 hours of having nothing do to but read (actual books printed on paper and not blogs or news sites), I turned on my TV to see footage of a flooded Louisville, Kentucky. As I watched footage of 10,000 library books ruined at the main library and cars driving through newly made rivers, I thought "Wo ... Read on »
The flood of '97 by Jennette F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:22pm When the power came back on yesterday, after 3 hours of having nothing do to but read (actual books printed on paper and not blogs or news sites), I turned on my TV to see footage of a flooded Louisville, Kentucky. As I watched footage of 10,000 library books ruined at the main library and cars driving through newly made rivers, I thought "Wo ... Read on »
Frugal Date - with Julia Influences by Le Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 Feb 2009 11:02pm So the V (valentines - read here to see what I think of V day) day came and went with little V day hype. I had already asked mum to mind the boys as MIC and I needed a few hours to ourselves and then I found out the day was V day ... but I was undeterred and went ahead anyways. As my buds, on and off line k ... Read on »
Goodbye mate.... by Rob Whitehead Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Apr 2009 5:26pm My mate Don passed away today. Thanks for teaching me how to do a "droppy" the correct way. Your with mark now mate! Thanks Cornsey for writing this great story. DON Lindner gone? It seems impossible. Never was there a character larger than life itself, more confident in his ability and more striking in his persona. You knew when Don w ... Read on »
Tennis weekend and food by Marc V. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:12am Heather, I know what you mean, ity's tought to find the fresh stuff. Chris, the massage helped me enormously. She took away all the pain, all I had was some residual stiffness. I had a tennis tournament this weekend, worried I wouldn't be able to play. I played 2 singles matches on Saturday and 1 singles and 2 doubles matches on Sunday. A ... Read on »
Adidas have been completely ruled the best selling tennis footwear for men by wailian Posted Tue 01 Jan 2013 3:33am Classic Jeremy Scott Adidas clothing has come in the form of substantially sought after branded in latest decades, mainly considering the opening within the Adidas Originals franchises, which opened for a start in the country, after which it Columbia, but like rapid turn out to be a worldwide phenomena, gaining specific achievement while in the usi ... Read on »
THANK YOU FLAMINGO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF SOWA TOWN! by Pedro M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:07am THANK YOU FLAMINGO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF SOWA TOWN! Originally uploaded by natavillage. Sowa town is 40 miles southwest of Nata.  It is home to Bot Ash and the soda ash mine.  While Sowa town is close to Nata, it is a world away.  All the modern homes were built by the mine and have running water and electricity.  The mine subsidizes F ... Read on »
Tennis Tips - Rules by TennisTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm 1 Comment Court Types. The most common surfaces for tennis can are clay (French open), grass (Wimbledon) and hard (U.S Open and Australian Open). Faults. The player serving gets two chances to get their service inside the ‘service box'. If both serves miss or go into the net, it is called a double-fault. Let. When serving, if the ball hits the net ... Read on »