The other day we were watching Highlander and Kelsey was peeling vinyl off trophy discs. She had no where else to put the sticker bits so she was putting them on the back of her hand. She did a cool feather pattern which i don't know whether it shows well in the picture:
This morning I took Kelsey to a horsemanship instructor training camp near Columbus. The place would make for some awesome disc golf. Too bad disc golf and horses go together like cowboys and indians.
On the way there we played the ONU course in Ada. The PDGA directions to the course were a bit bogus so we started on hole 9 or 10. We had a course map so after that we played the course in order. Two or three holes were flooded. We played long tees where they were marked except the one that required a 350 foot shot over water. That is probably a 275 foot shot over water when it is not flooded. It was pretty close right up to the last few holes. There's this one hole where the basket is surrounded by an o.b. sidewalk. Kelsey landed on the sidewalk and slid up to touch in bounds. I landed at the basket and skipped onto the middle of the sidewalk. She got a 2 and I got a 4. She won by 2.
Tonight we watched Highlander repeats since Kelsey was not here. I rinsed and peeled the first two Illini discs, both Buzzzes. These look awesome. If you click on the little pictures you go to my Glowfoto site where you get a bigger picture.
I'm not sure what to say about these except that they are gorgeous. The one that looks paler is paler. That's a function of the plastic and not the dye guy. I'm not sure why some discs are more resistant to dye like that. The darker disc is slightly warped in the flight plate. Both discs are ESP with really flat flight plates -- not domey at all.
I'll bring them to IOS 1 if I still have them that long. I'll send them to you if you send me adequate amounts of money.