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    Anyone know when baskets are going in permanently?
    Sometimes my mind boggles. It's so deep my mind actually boggles.

    ~ Cyndi Lauper ~

  • #2
    Well we've planted the seeds so as long as we keep watering them they should sprout early spring.
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    • #3
      Loving it. Thanks Morgan. Go Mason County!
      Sometimes my mind boggles. It's so deep my mind actually boggles.

      ~ Cyndi Lauper ~

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      • #4
        BASKETS have come to Mason County.

        The club is beginning assembly of the baskets but we need your help getting final prep done on the course. So here it is the all call.

        SATURDAY the 26TH of FEBRUARY at 9:00AM - 3:00PM we will be digging all the holes and doing some course maintenance.

        The holes are for the baskets we may do a smaller more controlled work party to actually set the sleeves in concrete but we could really use help with the holes. The ground is tough digging so if you have tools like post hole diggers and or digging bars please bring them with you.

        If digging is a little to strenuous for you we still have a few minor course maintenance things that need to be done in preparation for the influx of players we are sure to have once the baskets are set, so bring a rake, or just a pair of gloves for clearing sticks and branches.

        If you think you can make it please respond to this post as knowing the rough numbers will help us organize better, I don't want anybodies time wasted, lets get this course into tip-top shape for the upcoming season.


        BASKETS!!!!!!!!!!!
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        • #5
          NEWS FLASH!

          MCDG has decided to pre-anchor our baskets based on the strong advice of some of our peers. This means a few things:

          1: We will not need "post hole diggers", but please bring shovels, picks, and digging bars if you have any. The hole will be bigger but in a way maybe easier to dig. The small post hole with the rocks is tough but the bigger holes will minimize the impact of the rocks on digging.

          2: There is a crazy chance we maybe able to play on Saturday, the concrete work is being done tomorrow so if we get the holes dug, anchors installed, AND receive our locks. It possible we might install baskets that day. NO PROMISES

          Don't forget if your not a "digger", but still want to help, bring your loppers or a rake and help us put the finishing touches on the new hole 15. We will have light duty work available.
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          • #6
            A typical manual posthole digger has a handle as long as six-feet long. This allows for greater depth than smaller models with five foot handles. The digger's handles are usually made of hard wood and are covered in a clear varnish. This clear coating is not merely aesthetic it also allows the buyer to see the wood's condition beneath it.

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            • #7
              i cant believe an automated post hole digger troll found its way into this thread! crazy. and crazy late.
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              Team OLY:cheerleader:
              Team Meteor

              "Oh man, my burps are giving me whiplash"

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              • #8
                it has a valid point though......
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                • #9
                  Skookum,
                  While playing a round with you the day before Team DG's finals, I noticed that the post hole diggers at Shelton did not have the clear varnish that allowed me to see the quality of wood underneath. Please assure me that Team Shelton was not trying to hide the quality of their post hole diggers by applying a dark varnish over the lack luster quality of the wood.

                  P.S. Shelton rocks.....despite their dark varnished post hole diggers....

                  P.S.S. I bet Chris Gilberts supplied that dark varnish.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by LakeStevensBA View Post
                    Skookum,
                    While playing a round with you the day before Team DG's finals, I noticed that the post hole diggers at Shelton did not have the clear varnish that allowed me to see the quality of wood underneath. Please assure me that Team Shelton was not trying to hide the quality of their post hole diggers by applying a dark varnish over the lack luster quality of the wood.

                    P.S. Shelton rocks.....despite their dark varnished post hole diggers....

                    P.S.S. I bet Chris Gilberts supplied that dark varnish.

                    Great posting. I am still laughing and cleaning coffee off of my keyboard.
                    "Love is not primarily a relationship to a specific person. Love is an attitude, an ordination of character which determines the relatedness of the person to the whole world as a whole, not toward one object of love.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by LakeStevensBA View Post
                      Skookum,
                      While playing a round with you the day before Team DG's finals, I noticed that the post hole diggers at Shelton did not have the clear varnish that allowed me to see the quality of wood underneath. Please assure me that Team Shelton was not trying to hide the quality of their post hole diggers by applying a dark varnish over the lack luster quality of the wood.

                      P.S. Shelton rocks.....despite their dark varnished post hole diggers....

                      P.S.S. I bet Chris Gilberts supplied that dark varnish.
                      Awesome!
                      A bad day on the golf course is better than a good day at work!

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                      • #12
                        yes, and Chris also used the "dark varnished" post hole diggers to install special magnets around the course that only work with the Howliewood MRV, thats why he is trying to get as many as possible.
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                        • #13
                          c'mon now Chris, please share with the other disc golfers

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                          • #14
                            Sorry John.... there just isn't enough to go around!
                            A bad day on the golf course is better than a good day at work!

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                            • #15
                              It will be a while before you get that mrv from me chris. When i do decide..........you will be the first to know.
                              WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE A SPIDER BITE.

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