Thursday, March 16, 2006

Gregory Using the "Luck 'o the Irish" for his Shooting?

Seems like we now know why the Didierjeans play petanque so well - they use the luck of the Irish! Seen here marching in Corktown with Melissa K. this week.

[Note: THANKS M. for the photo]

4 comments:

gdidi said...

Luck, I think not. Well maybe at times. But my skills were transfered down through generations of petanque players. It started back in 1850, when the first bool was thrown. I remember the good old days. Anyways back to the present. My father got me started as soon as I could lift one and I am greatfull for his love of the game. I have love and trained hard for my abilities. So if you want to call it luck be my guest but my ancesters would beg to disagree. :)

Jeppy said...

Well I'd like to see your whole leprechan family down at Campus Martius this Saturday. If Joe and I get out act together, we may even have some St. Patrick's Day decor/foodies.

gdidi said...

what is up with this site, my post did not go up. As I was saying we leprechan dont come out on Saturdays we can only come out on Sundays. That is tradition and tradition is what goes. Also we close earlier on Sundays.

Jeppy said...

Well G.D. - the good news is that since you're a member of DPC, and they meet on Sundays - you can pop on over there to play.

BUT - even if you had all the free time in the world, you couldn't use the Royal Oak piste because it's a soggy mess.

PERHAPS Joe can come down to Detroit again on Sundays for DPC gameplay...