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Some added info relating to last post.

I have just downloaded a program (using McDonald’s wifi) a program called “Open Live Writer” which allows me to draft blog entries off line. This should give us more freedom to document our journey without having to be internet connected. 159 more words

Disc Golf

Big Bear Classic XIX - Thursday Update

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Whew, so lots and lots and lots and lots more.

We’re getting things together for a pretty special weekend, folks. There is little time between now and the start of the event so I’ll keep this short. 802 more words


A Day in Sulphur Springs

Steve spent the morning glued to his tablet. He’d been researching free or cheap things to do in the area and had found a couple possibilities. 336 more words


Disc Golf Stories, No. 7

Although I had played frisbee golf at various times throughout the 1980’s, it wasn’t until 1993 when I learned about disc golf and purchased my first disc – a 181 gram Marauder by Discraft. 99 more words


Getting Involed in Disc Golf

Sports have been an interest of mine my entire life.  Mostly as a result of being encouraged to stay active from a young age.  Competing athletically has always been very enjoyable for me and I was a part of numerous sports teams throughout high school including baseball, cross country, and basketball.   511 more words


All This!!...and Dvorak, Too?

Adding great music making to the recipe makes a visit to Door County all the more irresistible

Everyone who falls in love with Door County (and I’ve come to believe that means everyone who has ever been there) has no trouble naming a handful of things that make them want to go back: the water, the shops, the great food all up and down the little peninsula that divides Green Bay from Lake Michigan… But for many of us (me, me, me!) add in some world-class music making, and it’s a wonder I don’t sell everything I can to spend all of July and August there. 1,013 more words

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Take Two

Yesterday, Tuesday, August 8th, ESPN indulged teenage me. For one day, it rebranded its ESPNU channel as “ESPN8: The Ocho.” If this sounds familiar to you, well, that’s because it should: 881 more words

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