Or could my wife possibly be right, I've taken disc golf too far. The snow is really getting to me. We normally get about 35-40" of snow over the entire winter here in Northeastern Wisconsin. With the last snow storm that left here a couple of days ago we're over 70" for the winter and we have another month or two left in the snow season. We received about a foot of snow in the last week and it's gotten to the point where I'm hanging up my quads until the snow goes down. Until then I'm left to sit indoors to watch and wait. I've purchased a number of new discs over the last couple of months but I'm afraid to use them in the snow for fear of losing them. Instead I sit around twirling these new discs and flipping them in the air. I'll also practice my X-step or wrist snap. I go through various grips to see how the new plastic feels. My wife and kids think I'm nuts but they sort of knew that from all the "normal" disc golf stuff I do when there is not 3 feet of snow on the ground. I just wonder how other golfers are getting through this winter. I can't wait to see the grass and mud again.