This is embarrassing !
I mentioned earlier that thousands of disc golfers read one of my posts. I realize now that I misinterpreted the data. Instead of looking at the metrics for one of my affiliate links I was looking at the metrics of all affiliate ads forgetting that I just added one or two just before I published! I still reached thousands of disc golfers, just not nearly the 17,000 like I first thought! So for the 24,000 hits for the week the impressions numbered probably closer to 12,000.
Time to install google analytics on my site!
Apologies if this caused any disharmony!!!!
Still think that found plastic is your plastic? Recently at Okeeheelee Park in Palm Beach County Florida police were called when it was discovered that somebody was harvesting plastic from the lake. The police agreed that since the plastic had the owner’s name on the disc that the harvester was, in fact, stealing. They recovered several discs from the perp as a result.
Taking plastic is against the law in South Florida.
That was the post in my facebook page. Since then I have learned a few more details about the situation…
So what is my plan? Cutting down on sugar, eating more greens, and lifting light weights. My routine is determined by my equipment at home which consists of dumbbells and a 3 position chin-up bar. Since I am just starting out after a lengthy hiatus I plan on starting slow and then progressing until I can achieve the confidence to try the “Jenkins Workout”.
I came home and found the square cardboard envelope placed on top of the mailboxes. “What the heck is this??” I mused aloud. When I noticed that it was from Vibram I realized that Steve Dodge sent me the latest disc by Vibram Disc Golf, the O-Lace. Sweet! A new disc to try out.
I open the package and the first things I notice are the Vibram Logo, the fact that the disc is rubber, and the unique color. Because Vibram Disc Golf makes discs out of rubber unique color variations are possible.