Yes, Summer is over and Autumn is beginning down here, although there's no snow here in West Australia. In fact, tomorrow is going to be 32 degrees Celsius. Like your Visited Map of The World. I put one on my web page. I'd love to visit Japan someday. Fascinating history, temples, etc.
All is fine.
Spring is here but no cherry blossoms yet.
Disc golf is in bloom though. Alot of playing is happening.
Getting in shape for World's ' 09.
College basketball is happening now. Cheer for Michigan State.
Bye for now.
Thank you for the birthday wishes. I have never been to Japan but i do have the video of the Japan Open from 2006. I also noticed that several disc golfers on this site have listed the Nasu Highlands course as one of their favorites. Have you ever played there ?
The WBC is turning out to be Nice. We do love baseball in the school that I work. We talk about it even in the winter months, when there is no baseball.
Now the thing to watch for the month is "March Madness" Which is the tournament for university basketball. The pride of the universities is put to the test, and everyone has a great time. My favorite to win is Michigan State University. I live an hour north of that place, and they have successful disc golf there.
Bucci, Thank you for the Birthday wishes. I would have responded sooner, but I was in Costa Rica for a couple of weeks celebrating my 50th Birthday. I think that the MDGF sticker is happy on your car and I am glad that you promote the sport. Thank you again, My Friend.
Just wanted to say Hello, and hope you are having a happy week. I was able to practice my driving and putting inside this week. Do you have a harsh winter where you get several meters of snow covering everything ? It is tough for us in the northern part of America.
Wait a minute ......I saw your photo. It was you I met at cliff stephens.Fla. wow I just realized it....So sorry you couldnt stay and play . If you come back soon let me know. We can play at my home course N.E. Coachman park. Visit my site for phn# to call. Your friend took a picture of us together. I need a japan sponser to get me over there for some tourneys
I did not want to name drop, but yes...John Sturtavant. Quite an individual and family.
Thanks telling me of the disc weights in Japan. No one really knew.
I have 150 gram discs in my bag for drivers. It seems those are the only drivers that travel the farthest. I throw a 150 gram Innova Pro Line KC Cheetah and a 150 gram Innova Star Leopard. On windy days...there flight is not so good, so I throw heavier ones.
I have only been playing for less than 2 years.
Thanks for getting back.
We have had a very long Winter season. I have done more cross country skiing than I have done in about 10 years. I have still played disc golf in very cold and snowy conditons, but have not played as often as I have wanted to play. I think the season is finally breaking. We have had a lot of rain in the past few days. Next week our local club is havig a friendly tournament with two other clubs. It will be good to get out and play competitively. It will be very wet and sloppy but a lot of fun. I hope things have been going well for you and your family. The next timeI go out to the course I will bring a 150 gram disc and throw it so I can think of my Japanese friends.