I played disc golf with my friend over at my favorite course by the river. I ended up losing but was playing alright for how I do on the course. My friend was rather upset over how he was playing and ended up quitting partway through the second round of eighteen.
I met another friend on the course and we played the first nine holes on the course together so I basically played thirty six holes in total. I won on the nine hole round with about a two over par score.
It was nice to be out on the course and play with some friends.
On hole eleven I crushed a really long drive and it went long turning and burning on a left to right crosswind. Usually the trees on the right of the fairway help out a lot and prevent the disc from flying towards the river. Not today...
It would have been an exceptional throw if the disc fought back and faded any, but no. It just had to head right for a bush on the edge of the river bank. I saw it bounce into it and I thought it was a goner for sure. The river is very deep in this area.
We searched for a bit and my friend found an interesting gummy putter disc. I've never seen anything so floppy. There was no name on it and he ended up giving it to me. I'm pretty excited to try it out tomorrow.
Shortly after that I found my missing Tern driver disc in the bush. "Bad Tern too flippy," I scolded it. LOL just kidding. Really I was very happy to get it back and it covered a lot of distance and was nearly a good throw.
These snails were all out this morning:
I'm always amazed at the different colors and varieties I can find.
There are some individual variations in the shells.
This one has lost it's shell I suppose, lol:
It is nice to live in a world with such wonderful variation.
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