Saturday, February 25, 2017

Sun and Disc Golf - A Great Combination

After a morning of fog and rain, the sun finally broke through.  We didn’t waste any time getting in the truck and heading out to one of the local disc golf courses.

I think this is the nicest course we’ve ever been on.  I rarely play so Mark might think differently.  He’s the one that is trying to hit the basket!
The grounds are lush and green and the trees are huge!
This area obviously gets a lot of rain from the looks at all the moss growing on the trees.

There are 2 courses here.  An 18 hole and a 9 hole.  Mark played the 18 hole first.  It was nice to get out into the sun.  The air was cool and crisp.  Pretty much a perfect day.
We finished up the 18 hole course then drove a short distance to the 9 hole course.  During that time the clouds started rolling in and it was getting noticeably colder.
With only 3 more holes to go, it started to sprinkle.  By the last hole the rain had turned to sleet and was coming down a little harder. 

We made it home without any problems.  It was great to finally get outside for a while. 

Even though there are still predictions of snow and rain, we’ve decided to extend our stay here a couple more days.  We’re hoping to be able to explore some tomorrow.



  1. I am sure Mark got some birdies, but did you see any birds unique to the area?

    1. Nothing new during this visit. We did see a Pileated Woodpecker which is always a treat.