Where are you going in 2022?

This summer I decided to discover Australia. I knew how many stereotypes about kangaroos, an old British colony, and an uninteresting culture. But I would open a new world and was not disappointed. Because people that live there are very open and sincere, and I am still delighted with their culture, yes, it does not have such a long history, but it is combined with many others and is interesting in its own way. Thanks to socanadian casino I had the possibility of all of these to see. I am glad that at the age of 46 I can still learn about the world almost from the very beginning.
 
I went to toledo last week. Courses played:

Woodland park - 1st 2 or 3 holes had a low ceiling. I made a comment to another group about it being a nice course. "its the worst one in the area" was the response. The entire rest of the course was drive/jumpputt/putt. completely open field with few lines needed.

East Harbor State Park - Better than I had expected. The 5ft fairways are rough but they forced smoother short throws.

Carter park, bowling green - Its a 'walk in the park'. Nothing really exciting but not bad either. To a group after 17 "This my first ever bogey free round". 18 - Roller goes in the street OB double bogey :(

Centennial park, tontogany - Beautiful signage! Open field, cross traffic fairways over playgrounds. ya know

It seems I hit about the worst in the area but I find myself in Toledo regularly and will hit the rest eventually.
 
Looks like we will be taking a van trip to Texas this fall. Hoping to bag some courses, visit friends and relatives in San Antonio and Austin, and then bag some more courses. :D

We will probably stop in New Orleans on the way. Wish list for the outbound leg includes Buffalo Mountain (VA), Ashe County (NC), Westside (GA), Clay and The Admiral (AL), Little Black Creek and Parc des Familles (LA), and Shawshank (TX).

On the return trip, hoping to hit some north Texas courses (Trey Texas Ranch, Brazos East, The Hideaway, and/or Harry Myers). Probably pass through Memphis and Nashville, so maybe DeGray Lake Resort and/or Disc Side of Heaven (AR), Bud Hill and/or Oggwood (TN), and a WV course or three (Valley Park, Indian Rock/Rotary, maybe Seth Burton).

Otherwise, probably stay local for the remainder of 2022, with as many 2-3 day trips in MD, VA, PA, and WV as possible. Getting to the point where there are not many courses I want to bag within comfortable day trip range. :rolleyes:
 
Looks like we will be taking a van trip to Texas this fall. Hoping to bag some courses, visit friends and relatives in San Antonio and Austin, and then bag some more courses. :D

We will probably stop in New Orleans on the way. Wish list for the outbound leg includes Buffalo Mountain (VA), Ashe County (NC), Westside (GA), Clay and The Admiral (AL), Little Black Creek and Parc des Familles (LA), and Shawshank (TX).

On the return trip, hoping to hit some north Texas courses (Trey Texas Ranch, Brazos East, The Hideaway, and/or Harry Myers). Probably pass through Memphis and Nashville, so maybe DeGray Lake Resort and/or Disc Side of Heaven (AR), Bud Hill and/or Oggwood (TN), and a WV course or three (Valley Park, Indian Rock/Rotary, maybe Seth Burton).

Otherwise, probably stay local for the remainder of 2022, with as many 2-3 day trips in MD, VA, PA, and WV as possible. Getting to the point where there are not many courses I want to bag within comfortable day trip range. :rolleyes:

Sounds like a great trip! I haven't played south of north Texas but can confirm that Trey Texas, Jonesboro, Bud Hill and Indian Rock are all fantastic, in fact all in my favorites list.
 
I'm headed to the Black Hills of SD last week of September. Looking forward to playing Pageant and Spearfish and others in the area. Also going to hit Chadron (NE) and something in WY on the way out. Probably stop by Custer State Park on the Friday the 29th for the Buffalo Stampede, which looks like good times.
 
Looks like we will be taking a van trip to Texas this fall. Hoping to bag some courses, visit friends and relatives in San Antonio and Austin, and then bag some more courses. :D

We will probably stop in New Orleans on the way. Wish list for the outbound leg includes Buffalo Mountain (VA), Ashe County (NC), Westside (GA), Clay and The Admiral (AL), Little Black Creek and Parc des Familles (LA), and Shawshank (TX).

On the return trip, hoping to hit some north Texas courses (Trey Texas Ranch, Brazos East, The Hideaway, and/or Harry Myers). Probably pass through Memphis and Nashville, so maybe DeGray Lake Resort and/or Disc Side of Heaven (AR), Bud Hill and/or Oggwood (TN), and a WV course or three (Valley Park, Indian Rock/Rotary, maybe Seth Burton).

Otherwise, probably stay local for the remainder of 2022, with as many 2-3 day trips in MD, VA, PA, and WV as possible. Getting to the point where there are not many courses I want to bag within comfortable day trip range. :rolleyes:

Also a chance to try out more van functionality? I think you mentioned haven't yet trying out the cooking situation or the outdoor shower?
 
Also a chance to try out more van functionality? I think you mentioned haven't yet trying out the cooking situation or the outdoor shower?

Yes, you are correct - cooking and shower should get tested. Also younger son installed solar on the van, so we shall see how that works.

Hoping to try out Harvest Hosts, too. Buy a membership and stay free overnight at places such as breweries, wineries, farms, etc. (spousal unit is in charge of finding fun places to stay on the road).
 
Yes, you are correct - cooking and shower should get tested. Also younger son installed solar on the van, so we shall see how that works.

Hoping to try out Harvest Hosts, too. Buy a membership and stay free overnight at places such as breweries, wineries, farms, etc. (spousal unit is in charge of finding fun places to stay on the road).

I'll be curious about how that Harvest Hosts thing works out. I remember seeing vids on the youtubes by a now defunct channel extolling its virtues. Hoping you post results of your trip.
 
Heading out tomorrow for a shorty into Utah. First time playing disc golf in Utah so for a course bagger like me getting a new state I'll be having an orgasm tomorrow lol. Planning on hitting up The Fort (long and short) then heading up to Logan to check out Infinite Discs and play Cache County Fairgrounds and maybe one more. Now that I'm old, injured, out of shape, and life is beating me down I have to pick a few courses a day max sadly. Reviews coming soon after. :)
 
Heading out tomorrow for a shorty into Utah. First time playing disc golf in Utah so for a course bagger like me getting a new state I'll be having an orgasm tomorrow lol. Planning on hitting up The Fort (long and short) then heading up to Logan to check out Infinite Discs and play Cache County Fairgrounds and maybe one more. Now that I'm old, injured, out of shape, and life is beating me down I have to pick a few courses a day max sadly. Reviews coming soon after. :)

oh the fort is on my wish list. also solitude mountain, any plans for that one?
 
oh the fort is on my wish list. also solitude mountain, any plans for that one?

I had knee and back surgeries a few years ago and have early onset osteoarthritis. 10 years ago I would have played 10-15 courses in a day. I could play a mountain course now but I might be laid up for several days after.
 
I know the struggles of getting older. 48 now but I still plan out roadtrips like I'm 10 years younger...
 
oh and I have read thru the ask sillybizz anything thread and was thoroughly amused..
 
Pulling into the fort in Ogden here In about 15 minutes if anyone is around come say hi, wearing a Seattle mariners shirt
 
Lined up my New England roadtrip.

Sat 24t (ON): Stones Throw
Sun 25th (VT): Black Falls + Smuggs Brewster & Fox
Mon 26th (ME): Sabattus Eagle & Hawk, Pineland Patriot
Tue 27th (NH): Salmon Falls, Woods at Beauty Hill Lynx, Otter Creek in NH

Head to DC to visit daughter...
Wed 28th (PA): Tyler East/West + Muddy Run
Thu 29th (DC/MD): Patapsco??
Sat 31st: RFK Popup?

Hopeful I'll be able to get 3 rounds a day in, with days getting shorter and being much further east in the time zone. Will need to get some early starts.
 
Lined up my New England roadtrip.

Looks like a fantastic trip!

Mon 26th (ME): Sabattus Eagle & Hawk, Pineland Patriot
Tue 27th (NH): Salmon Falls, Woods at Beauty Hill Lynx, Otter Creek in NH

Sabattus is gorgeous. Owl is a nice little putter warm-up round, if you have the time/energy. Eagle and Falcon partly overlap, so you can almost play them at the same time (they do diverge for a few holes).

I think you will enjoy Salmon Falls (I haven't played the others).

Head to DC to visit daughter...
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Thu 29th (DC/MD): Patapsco??

We have visitors that week, but I could surely sneak out for a round at Patapsco Valley. Shoot me a PM if you would like a tour guide. :D

Hopeful I'll be able to get 3 rounds a day in, with days getting shorter and being much further east in the time zone. Will need to get some early starts.

Early starts? Yuck. ;)
 

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