DG at Sekani!
Aside from the vague sense of meaningless stagnation that was portrayed through Bressler's imposed veil of secrecy... bully for you, Jeff, for not only riding the wave of miscommunication, but for stepping into the role of the solo clandestine disc golf course ninja designer. I commend you for all the hours spent transferring the layout of the park to the back of your hand. Your new unofficial title should be, "The Sensei of Sekani". Too bad it's a little late to get some discs hotstamped for the first 'no-chains' tourney. I would love to have a "1st Annual Camp Sekani Bucket Jam 2011" disc to hang on the wall.
However, I must shed a tear for Peoples...and Kevin.
For all the hours you've spent hiking and brainstroming Sekani, Kevin has spent far more desperately trying to keep the Peoples temp course intact. Here's a question: since Peoples is effectively mothballed, the current bucket course (or what's left of it) will have to be removed, no? It's too bad that it will have to wait...or even die. Getting a course on the ground would be one of the best things that could happen to that area, and would help to deter the summer campers and tea-baggers. I think it would behoove the club to foster a direct correspondence with the tribe concerning our intentions and proposal for a course -- not as an attempt to circumvent Bressler or the City in general, but more so to create a relationship of respect with the tribe and as an effort to expedite the process. Maybe taking a walk through Peoples with a tribal elder would be a good place to start.
Nevertheless, the upside is that we still get two new courses.
I can't wait for the Jamboree. See you there!