it takes focus, grasshoppah, gweat focus!
ghstinshll wrote:it takes focus, grasshoppah, gweat focus!
(thank God for AE Milk Nog, yum...)
seriously though, you thought keeping your eyes locked on a disc landing zone was important in the summer? REALLY gotta keep an eye on em now. I tend to throw my neon green FLX Buzz, and putter - to keep it simple.
Cydisc wrote:The trick is to take some old discs you don't mind ruining. Drill a small hole in the center of each and run a 2' length of high visibility ribbon through the hole. Knot one end so that it's securely fastened. Now, when your disc takes a dive under the snow, the ribbon will be visible on the surface.
Captain wrote:The ribbon always follows the disc into the snow. It rarely hangs up on top of the snow.
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