OK, Me and Jeremy and my son in law Jason striped the forms that we had poured Friday night. (we added 2% calcium to cure the mud faster) and I might add that we had 4 people at the 1:30 pour and 6 people at the 4:00 pour and by far, it was the hardest 2 pours of the course. The 1:30 pour dried nice, but the 4:00 pour started to freeze where I had smothed out the mud for our Hole # and mesurment, so we had to very quickly go to the shop and pick up mud blankets and a crap load of shoring to put them down. Needless to say, everything worked out.
Then me and Jeremy started back-filling at around 2:30 and thanks to Matt, he seen us and came out to help us out also, so all the back-filling is done now.
Tonight and tomorrow, I'll start the welding project on the sleves. Me and Jeremy are taking off Monday afternoon to drill and we sould be pouring by 4:00 at the latest. So by looking at the weather, I think we are going to beat the rain
I'll take some pictures and send them to matt so he can post them (I can bearly turn the computer on, let alone post a picture), If thats alright with you Matt?
Matt, you have a message coming
As far as the course goes, about 3 years ago, Nancy asked my opion on Disk golf and I kind of sruged it off because I didnt play. Right afterwords I found out that Jeremy did want one so I tried to change what I said to Nancy, but needless to say, if you dont jump on something right when it is offered in city goverment, it disappears FAST. So Jeremy finaly got me to go golfing with his brother Dan last years (June) and I was hooked. Afterall, I was a teen of the 70s and frissbies was a way of life for me (ok, maybe a dobbie too) so to make a long story short, Ive been trying by making comits to Nancy and they didn't work so we just desided to do the fund raising (with Nancy approval) and everything came together.
'Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'WOO HOO, What a Ride'