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  • #2
    Truely awesome!
    "Remember boys this ain't therapy"-Jub.
    PDGA # 42821
    Push-ups owed to: thebakedone 1,856.

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    • #3
      Love It!
      A bad day on the golf course is better than a good day at work!

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      • #4
        Agreed...I love to see the philosophy of Stewardship in action...well done

        'J'
        educate your thinking

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        • #5
          nice

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          • #6
            Some follow up on the Shark...

            I went to Home Depot to pick out a rubbermaid type can to base this around, and was actually aiming for one in dark green - to make a Garbage Gator!

            I threaded the back bag onto the bottom of the can, after drilling holes, with a heavy duty wire-containing vinyl clothesline. The disc pouch is a cushioned laptop bag I found cheap in a wholesale store. It seemed about the right size, and already had the putter pocket look going. I made sure the loops to support the shoulder strap were primarily supported by the can itself instead of the bag.

            If I were to do another, I'd be really really tempted to use one of the Discraft ace race weekender bags on the end, as there is a drink holder, putter pouch, better storage than the laptop bag. As it is, I can fit about 4 discs - Star, DX shark(s), mako of course. I guess a stalker or predator would fit the theme... so would a hammerhead, but who has one of those?

            Consider this - your weekly casual round gathers up to flip for pairs... you're the odd one out this week, so... yupp, you're playing shark - (don't bring it back empty!)

            Anyway, I'm having fun using it for Shark rounds cleaning a local pack in/pack out course. Fredericksen Wilderness has decided against placing full time G. cans, because they don't want to entice any local bears to the place - plus the hike in access would make hauling it all out weekly or monthly a bear in itself.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by WestsoundBT View Post
              Some follow up on the Shark...

              I went to Home Depot to pick out a rubbermaid type can to base this around, and was actually aiming for one in dark green - to make a Garbage Gator!

              I threaded the back bag onto the bottom of the can, after drilling holes, with a heavy duty wire-containing vinyl clothesline. The disc pouch is a cushioned laptop bag I found cheap in a wholesale store. It seemed about the right size, and already had the putter pocket look going. I made sure the loops to support the shoulder strap were primarily supported by the can itself instead of the bag.

              If I were to do another, I'd be really really tempted to use one of the Discraft ace race weekender bags on the end, as there is a drink holder, putter pouch, better storage than the laptop bag. As it is, I can fit about 4 discs - Star, DX shark(s), mako of course. I guess a stalker or predator would fit the theme... so would a hammerhead, but who has one of those?

              Consider this - your weekly casual round gathers up to flip for pairs... you're the odd one out this week, so... yupp, you're playing shark - (don't bring it back empty!)

              Anyway, I'm having fun using it for Shark rounds cleaning a local pack in/pack out course. Fredericksen Wilderness has decided against placing full time G. cans, because they don't want to entice any local bears to the place - plus the hike in access would make hauling it all out weekly or monthly a bear in itself.
              Hilarious, B.... when do I get to see this on the course? I wanna be cali!!!!!
              Basket thieves

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              • #8
                This is really a great idea. Thanks for sharing the details of how you pieced it together so other people (Myself included) can make their own.
                "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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                • #9
                  The top right pic totally gives me vagina dentata chills.
                  We're at our best when it's from our hips

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by WestsoundBT View Post
                    Some follow up on the Shark...

                    I went to Home Depot to pick out a rubbermaid type can to base this around, and was actually aiming for one in dark green - to make a Garbage Gator!

                    I threaded the back bag onto the bottom of the can, after drilling holes, with a heavy duty wire-containing vinyl clothesline. The disc pouch is a cushioned laptop bag I found cheap in a wholesale store. It seemed about the right size, and already had the putter pocket look going. I made sure the loops to support the shoulder strap were primarily supported by the can itself instead of the bag.

                    If I were to do another, I'd be really really tempted to use one of the Discraft ace race weekender bags on the end, as there is a drink holder, putter pouch, better storage than the laptop bag. As it is, I can fit about 4 discs - Star, DX shark(s), mako of course. I guess a stalker or predator would fit the theme... so would a hammerhead, but who has one of those?

                    Consider this - your weekly casual round gathers up to flip for pairs... you're the odd one out this week, so... yupp, you're playing shark - (don't bring it back empty!)

                    Anyway, I'm having fun using it for Shark rounds cleaning a local pack in/pack out course. Fredericksen Wilderness has decided against placing full time G. cans, because they don't want to entice any local bears to the place - plus the hike in access would make hauling it all out weekly or monthly a bear in itself.
                    You should do it because you want to, not as a punishment.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Feuergeist View Post
                      You should do it because you want to, not as a punishment.
                      Yes, please stop doing the right things until you have the right reasons. How dare you.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Parks View Post
                        The top right pic totally gives me vagina dentata chills.
                        Always something new to learn

                        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vagina_dentata
                        Read this ^

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                        • #13
                          Since we've traveled down this road, I'll pull us back to disc golf with a similarity to the DX Prianha stamp.
                          Now, that's awkward.



                          Monty - you'll see the Shark most often at Fredericksen - pulled a whole sharkfull out this morning. However the place is cleaner now than ever. It works best for courses without full time cans.

                          Garbage can on a shoulder strap, that you can play a round out of, beats dragging a jangly clanky drippy trashbag anyday.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by DMajor View Post
                            Always something new to learn

                            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vagina_dentata
                            I'm a veritable fount of knowledge.

                            Or at least a knowledge transfusion. Sucking the useful information out of your head and replacing it with undesirable crap. Kind of like a transfusion that gives you Hep C, or something.
                            We're at our best when it's from our hips

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Parks View Post
                              I'm a veritable fount of knowledge.

                              Or at least a knowledge transfusion. Sucking the useful information out of your head and replacing it with undesirable crap. Kind of like a transfusion that gives you Hep C, or something.
                              glad you said it so i didn't have to...
                              "'There are two mantras.,' Bernard said, 'Yum and yuk. Mine is yum.'"
                              Tom Robbins, Still Life With Woodpecker

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