Woops, sort of let laziness take the better part of me. It’s been since May from the time when I had anything worth updating about. Things have been slow. Training is normal, and life is same old. I keep trying to rack my brain for some sort of update, but let’s face it; winter is just a more exciting time to unleash my thoughts. I almost had an update for June, something about the Stanley Cup Playoffs and a farmer’s bet, but after being pegged as boring and too far-fetched by my publisher, I had to scrap the entire idea. I went into a state of skier-website-blog-depression.
With my passion and excitement reinstated, I found so many things to write about. Like how two weeks ago my team and I went up to the Haig Glacier for an on snow training camp. It was a very serious camp, with the main goals for the team being purely training, eating, and sleeping. And it was; my iLog has the following hours in it: 30 hours of training, 70 hours sleep, and 68 hours of eating. Seems about right. It just so happened that the 2nd Annual Las Haigas Glacier Resort Disc Golf Championship was happening while we were up there. Similar to last year, Chris Butler remained undefeated champion of the event.
The event was the biggest turnout to date. More drawprizes, bigger prizes, and a formal awards banquet that seemed to have gone undocumented. Meh, next year.
John Frosst - Top Gun - testing out the new terrain park before letting the athletes injure themselves on it
A shot of Gord Jewett and Dan Roycroft on their final run out of the Haig as athletes. A rare photo indeed.
Now that I got my writing spunk back, updates should be more forthcoming. And with another training camp in Whistler come August 9th, I'm sure there will be plenty of things to type about.
Over and out.
(Somehow this took me 6 hours to write. Please appreciate it)