And these five tested their aim and direction
As they threw plastic discs toward metal posts.
My sister lives on a campus that has a “nine hole” disc golf course. This past June, she invited all her brothers and sisters (there are six of us) over to her place for a day of fun and games. Our one sister lives too far away to join us, but the rest of us had a wonderful time throwing discs and avoiding being hit and hunting for discs that went into the bushes (or on to the roof). After we played two rounds of disc golf, we enjoyed swimming, a couple campfires, and games. I am so thankful to God for my siblings. We get along most of the time and can always have a fun time together with little or no expense.
On our way to play
Some people don’t have the best aim, so watch out! E ducks to avoid C’s throw.
After retrieving a disc from the roof, my brother J decided to sweep up. We were always taught to leave a place the same or better than how we found it. Apparently that covers disc golf too.
J carefully calculates his next shot.