We played a couple of rounds in the morning and a nine hole round in the evening of disc golf. I was not playing very well and kind of rubbed off on my son who ended up having a so so round too. He's been winning the rounds lately.
I was either having a pretty good throw or a really bad one. I turned one over big time that ended up out of bounds and sliding down the roadway. I had to run down to get it before a car ran it over. There was just enough wind to make things difficult but not enough for me to want to break out my more stable stuff.
I usually want to throw my understable discs in order to get more distance with less effort. There was too much wind for that today.
It was a very pleasant temperature and I mostly played without a jacket. I was tempted to play in shorts but I knew my son wanted to look for a lost disc.
My son lost a disc the night before on hole seven by the river. He and his friend had both searched for it for fourty five minutes. I asked him if he searched under the trees by the riverbank and he said yes. He kept looking up and down the side by the bramble bushes. I kind of let him do his thing after helping him a bit. I took a few 360 photos that I might post later - one of them came out alright. I could tell he was a bit miffed at me for not concentrating on finding the disc so I set about looking more carefully. I found it under the trees by the riverbank, lol.
Anyhow we got it back.
A hawk swooped down close to us on the disc golf course:
He perched just on the other side of the road in the out of bounds area. If I had my better camera I could have got a much nicer picture.
Naturally you have to eat the best parts mostly up before starting in on the salad. I think that is kind of a survival thing left over from the bygone days when we were chased off by the more ruthless carnivores half way through dinner, lol.
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