I have been introduced to this wonderful sport thanks to my boyfriend. We've been playing together for a little over a year now, and I have to say -- it wasn't until we began playing that I realized I had a competitive bone in my body.
We enjoy playing in all sorts of weather and living in Ohio, you know that can change by the minute. These past few months we have accumulated more than two to three feet of snow. On the courses we play regularly, there are anywhere between 1 1/2 to 2 feet at any given time. It's a challenge (especially when your disc disappears immediately upon landing).
The last couple of weekends we have played, and with the slight increase in temperatures, the snow has begun to thaw. Because not many people around where we play are as "die hard" as we apparently are, it has become a bit like an Easter Egg hunt. We are beginning to find discs that other players have lost and given up their search for.
I have made attempts to call the owners (or few individuals who have put their name and telephone number on their discs). My question is... how many attempts does one make to try and get a hold of the owner before adopting the new disc?
I believe in Karma. Believe me... my game could use all the good Karma I can get! I would like to return said discs if the owners claim them, but I'm not going to become "stalkerish" in trying to return them to their rightful owners if they do not return my call.
Anyone have any suggestions on easing a guilty conscience?