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  • Leverich Park Guard Duty Wednesday August 5th

    We NEED some volunteers to come out to Leverich Park THIS WEDNESDAY to help guard the newly poured concrete. Bring your lawn chair, discs, beverage and tazer and help us watch the concrete cure.

    Time: Any time between noon and 9 p.m.
    Location: Leverich Park
    Skill Level: Minimal
    Muscle Level: None
    Brain Power: Nil
    Looking Mean: Important

    Contact Steve at 360-545-DISC (3472) if you have any questions.
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    Brains
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    4
    Brawn
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    3
    Talent
    25.00%
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    Toughness
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    Available
    12.50%
    2

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  • #2
    I think the excitement would be more than my heart could take.
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    • #3
      Pour moved back about an hour. Arrive at the park around 10 if you can help with the pour.

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      • #4
        Thanks to Cindy, Brian, Denny, Roy, and others for helping keep guard over the tee pads. We only had about 10 incidents of people writing in the pads, but we were able to fix them before it set permanently.

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        • #5
          "Only" 10?!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Wog View Post
            Thanks to Cindy, Brian, Denny, Roy, and others for helping keep guard over the tee pads. We only had about 10 incidents of people writing in the pads, but we were able to fix them before it set permanently.

            http://twitgoo.com/22ubl
            That is nice looking. I really can't wait to try these out (hopefully before the tournament).
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            • #7
              Herzog & Co did an excellent job on the pads! I think I might have to make the special trip up this afternoon for league to test them out!

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              • #8
                I though it wasn't good to play on them so soon... At least, that was the thought with the pads at Trojan...
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                • #9
                  I have no idea? I was guessing that with the heat and all, they might be done by this afternoon?

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                  • #10
                    As I understand it, concrete is good to go (for light use) after about 24 hours but won't fully cure for years. Driving a disc off a teepad = OK. Driving your car on a teepad = not OK.

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                    • #11
                      They could still be damaged by disc golf after 24 hours. It happened at Lunchtime. I would wait at least 72 hours before opening them for play.
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                      • #12
                        The tee pads are in use. Pretty much impossible to keep people off them. Thursday night league used them with no visible signs of damage or wear.

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