Violet Flowers and Disc Golf Intro

Hello and welcome to Weekend Coffee Share #15! I’m glad you’re here. Please come on in, help yourself to a cup of coffee, or tea, or hot chocolate at my coffee station and let’s chat.

Spring Flowers

First, it’s been delightful to see Spring flower blooms around here. I went for a walk in the Toronto Music Garden and took tons of photos. I’m sharing a few in violet colour below.

Violet croci.
Pasque flowers.
Pasque flowers

Here are a few more from my photo archives in alphabetical order.

Next, let me introduce you to how to play disc golf at a beautiful 9-hole disc golf course. If you have never played or heard of disc golf before, read on.

How To Play Disc Golf

  1. Review the map of the golf course posted at the entrance. Note the direction to throw. We’re at a 9-hole course so the numbers go from 1 to 9. At a 18-hole disc golf course, the numbers go from 1 to 18.
Disc golf course map.
  1. Here’s the game objective, how to play, and course courtesy.
Disc golf instructions.
  1. The tee pad is rectangular with soft padding. Next to it is a post that shows the tee number, par number, and the distance from the tee to the corresponding basket. Par is the number of throws a disc golfer is expected to need to complete an individual hole. Par 3 is common.
Disc golf tee.
  1. Start at tee #1. Stand in the tee and throw your disc towards the corresponding basket (hole). The varying distance at each hole and obstacles such as trees or hills make the game fun and challenging.
Disc golf obstacles.
  1. The basket for each tee is also numbered. Once your disc lands in the basket, pick it up, and follow the directional red arrow at the bottom of the basket to go to the next tee.
Disc golf basket.
  1. Continue playing until the last hole. Have fun and remember the course courtesy. The Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) Disc Golfers Code is posted at each tee.
Disc golfers code.

About The Discs

  • Below is a sample of 3 discs, each has a name, an image and 4 numbers on it. The yellow disc is the Driver for maximum distance, the white disc is Mid-range for a wide range of distances, and the blue disc is the Putter for short distance and putting into the basket.
Disc golf discs.
  • The discs have fancy names and come in different colours. When you’re new to disc golf, the variety of discs can be overwhelming. Start with an inexpensive set of bright coloured discs (not green or brown). The bright colours make it easy to locate the discs on the course. I also label the back of my discs with a sharpie.
  • The 4 numbers on a disc golf disc are a flight ratings system to indicate how a disc is supposed to fly. For first time players, I’d suggest to have fun playing and not be concerned about these numbers yet.

Why Disc Golf?

  • It’s a fun sport that I can play with others or alone (safer in COVID-19 times).
  • It’s outdoors, usually in a park where I can play any time, weather permitting.
  • It involves mental estimates, body movements, and walking.
  • I like the calm and meditative feels when I play and walk the course.
  • Like any sport, part of the fun is to keep playing to improve.
  • The discs are light and easy to carry. Each of my discs weighs about 150g.
  • The initial cost is minimal. A set of 3 discs costs about US$20.
  • A disc golf bag to carry the discs is nice to have but not required (about US$20).
  • The ongoing cost to play is $0 in Toronto where disc golf courses are in public parks.
Disc golf course.
A lovely view.

I hope my introduction to how to play disc golf is good. Consult with your doctor before starting any new sport activity. For more information, check out the Professional Disc Golf Association web site and YouTube.

What’s your favourite violet flower? Is my introduction to disc golf helpful? I’d love to hear your comments.

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117 thoughts on “Violet Flowers and Disc Golf Intro

  1. Denyse Whelan Blogs April 16, 2021 / 8:10 am

    Good Morning Natalie! I am readying myself for sleep soon but great to join in today as always. I loved those violet colours and the flowers. I understand something about Disc Golf but I call those items frisbees? Nice to know the how to! Happy Weekend. We are off to a picnic on Sunday for a granddaughter’s 9th birthday. Hoping for nice day and no rain! Denyse

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    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:09 pm

      Hi Denyse, Many people call these discs frisbees although there are subtle differences between the frisbee and the disc for disc golf. I use the term as posted at the golf course and by the Professional Disc Golf Association. I hope the weather at your picnic location cooperates and you all have a great time on Sunday. Happy birthday to your granddaughter!

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      • Denyse Whelan Blogs April 18, 2021 / 5:08 am

        Ah thank you for that. We had a great day at the park – which was full of lots of people enjoying the outdoors. Miss almost 9 loved it!


        • Natalie April 18, 2021 / 1:41 pm

          That’s great, Denyse. Have a wonderful week ahead!


          • Denyse Whelan Blogs April 21, 2021 / 4:48 am

            Thank you so much for being a kind-hearted and generous sharer of your blog post each week for Life This Week. It makes such a difference to each Monday for me, opening up the blog and …there you are! Thanks for linking up and next week, the optional prompt is joyful. See you then, all being well as they say! Denyse.

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            • Natalie April 21, 2021 / 8:13 am

              Thank you for hosting Life This Week, Denyse. I hope to see you at the next link-up.

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  2. BeckyB April 16, 2021 / 8:13 am

    the flowers are just gorgeous, and the golf idea is brilliant!


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:10 pm

      Thank you, Becky, for your comment. I greatly appreciate it.


  3. leannelc April 16, 2021 / 8:22 am

    It’s funny to read about disc golf Natalie – a friend’s son posted on FB yesterday about buying a disc golf kit and I wondered what on earth it was – now I feel like a bit of an expert! Thanks for the explanation and for the lovely purple blooms.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:13 pm

      You’re welcome, Leanne. Now you go and impress your friend and his/ her son with your disc golf knowledge 🙂


  4. joliesattic April 16, 2021 / 8:37 am

    I haven’t played in so long. It is fun. And, like me, you’re taking in the gorgeous spring colors and flower bloomage.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:15 pm

      Jolie, Disc golf is fun and spring is a good time to play it. I’m glad you’re enjoying spring colours and flowers where you are. Have a great weekend!

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  5. Jill Weatherholt April 16, 2021 / 8:51 am

    I love all of the flowers! Gorgeous shots, Natalie. The disc golf parks near our home are always packed. Thanks for the education. Enjoy your weekend!


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:20 pm

      Jill, I’m glad you like my flower photos. Violet is a dramatic colour. The local disc golf courses near where I live are quiet on weekdays so I enjoy playing there and it’s easy to keep a safe distance during the pandemic. Have a great weekend!


  6. Molly Totoro April 16, 2021 / 9:48 am

    We share a “second home” with my daughter in Nashville. The local public park has a disc golf course that looks fun to play. My basic problem is that I never learned how to properly throw a frisbee! You make it sound so enjoyable, however, that perhaps I will get out and practice the next time I visit.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:25 pm

      Molly, Check out YouTube videos on how to throw. I’d recommend to do a warm-up before you start playing to prevent injuries. Have fun when you play!


  7. rawsonjl April 16, 2021 / 9:58 am

    We have a few disk golf courses around us too but I’ve never tried playing. I can barely throw a frizbee.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:27 pm

      Joanne, Sure you can throw. With practice, anyone can improve. The main thing is to have fun. When you enjoy the game, you naturally want to play often and it will lead to better results.


  8. Marsha April 16, 2021 / 10:15 am

    Hi Natalie, We call it Frisbee Golf here. We had a big course in Mooney Grove Park in Visalia, CA. We stumbled across part of one as we walked around Watson Lake here in Prescott. I’ve never tried it, but you make it sound doable and fun. Have a nice weekend.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:40 pm

      Hi Marsha, California Junior Disc Golf Championships 2021 is scheduled to take place on October 9, 2021 at Mooney Grove Park . The disc golf course at Watson Lake is fairly new, established in 2013 and was where disc golfers competed for the 2020 Arizona State Championships. The official term is disc golf for these events. It’s fun to play or to watch professional players play. Have a great weekend!

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      • Marsha April 16, 2021 / 6:56 pm

        Oh my gosh, Natalie, you are full of amazing information! Thanks for sharing. I’ve never played, but it sounds like I should at least try it!


        • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 9:27 pm

          Haha, Marsha, I’m a tad enthusiastic about disc golf even though I play for fun and not to compete in tournaments.

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          • Marsha April 17, 2021 / 12:20 pm

            Well if you plan to go to the tournament in Visalia, I’ll go home for a visit and meet up with you there. 🙂 It’s a lovely time to visit there – best weather of the year.


            • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 5:39 pm

              I’ll meet up with you another time, Marsha. I’m happy to explore local places while COVID-19 travel restrictions are in effect here.

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              • Marsha April 17, 2021 / 10:45 pm

                Of course, but I hoped that by October, they might be lessened.


  9. Betty April 16, 2021 / 10:18 am

    I have never played disc golf. However, I have seen a number of courses. And our library has disc golf kits which can be checked out. I like your reasons for playing. I may have to try it sometime. The purple flowers are exquisite. Your post reminds me I need to visit our beautiful Missouri Botanical Gardens. Thanks for your post, and Enjoy your day!


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:51 pm

      Betty, Botanical gardens are wonderful places. I hope you go and take tons of photos to share some on your blog. Have a great weekend!

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  10. Gary A Wilson April 16, 2021 / 10:46 am

    Hi Natalie, this was a great overview of the game. I’m pretty sure we have a few in some of our nearby parks, perhaps some research and walking a course is in my near future. Thanks


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:55 pm

      Hi Gary, The USA has a lot of disc golf courses. I’m sure you find one close by to give disc golf a try. Have a nice weekend!


  11. Cee Neuner April 16, 2021 / 10:55 am

    Oh what beautiful flowers and wonderful post Natalie 😀


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 5:56 pm

      Thank you, Cee, for your comment. I greatly appreciate it.


  12. Dan Antion April 16, 2021 / 11:53 am

    Beautiful flowers and thanks for the intro to disc golf. I have a friend who is very much into that, but I haven’t tried yet.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 6:01 pm

      Dan, I’m glad you like my spring flower photos and intro to disc golf. Disc golf is fun to play with friends or alone. The disc golf players I’ve met are all friendly to chat and share their tips and stories.

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  13. Ally Bean April 16, 2021 / 1:56 pm

    I’d forgotten all about Disc Golf. Once upon a time we lived in a large apartment complex that had a Disc Golf Course that ran through it. It was lots of fun and a great way to make friends with the neighbors. Cool that you have one near you. Enjoy!


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 6:06 pm

      Ally, Yes, I find disc golf a lot of fun and a great way to make friends. There are three courses near me and I enjoy playing. Have a great weekend!

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  14. Liesbet @ Roaming About April 16, 2021 / 2:46 pm

    I have a feeling purple is your favorite color, or one of them (based on your profile photo). 🙂 It certainly is for me.

    I’ve seen many disc golf settings in parks as we’ve traveled throughout Canada and the US. We end up in these parks to walk Maya. But I’ve never played the sport. It does sound fun. I probably won’t be good at it and need way more throws than the par indicates. Just like with mini-golf.

    Yes, your guide and instructions were helpful. One question: if you carry three different discs around to play this game, can you swap them throughout one game based on your distance from the basket? Or do you pick one and use that disc for the entire game?


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 6:24 pm

      Liesbet, I like many colours and don’t have a favourite. I chose purple for this post to participate in Terri’s Sunday Stills photo challenge. I’m glad it’s one of your favourite colours 🙂

      If you play disc golf often and stay patient, you’ll become good at it. I always say to first time players to have fun first, the rest will follow.

      To answer your question, yes, after your first throw from the tee pad, you can use a different disc to continue from where your first disc landed. You can bring and play with just one disc or you can bring and play with 3 or more discs. If you bring more than 1, usually, you’d want 1 or 2 for each disc type (driver, mid-range and putter) to give you flexibility.

      With 1 disc, your game is limited to what that disc can do. With more than 1 disc, you can use the disc you think is best suited for the throw, and also in case you lose a disc during a game. Some golf courses have a body of water and your disc may land in it and you can’t get it back. Many players bring 6 or more discs with them. I bring 3 for practical reasons and they meet my needs.

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  15. April 16, 2021 / 2:55 pm

    What fun. I had never heard of disc golf – I can imagine my ‘Frisbee’ going way off mark and slicing into some other player! I hope it’s a game not taken too seriously so anyone can join in.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 6:30 pm

      Thank you, Janet, for your visit and comment. Your disc won’t slice into some other players if you throw it when no one is within range 🙂 I find disc golf fun and an easy game to make friends.

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  16. msomerville2014 April 16, 2021 / 4:02 pm

    I enjoyed the instructions a nd the idea for disc golf. Not sure it is something I could do with my shoulders right now, they are grouchy! But I see the merits. Violet flowers are my favorite, I liked the bell flowers in your pictures, violet iris’ and the Pasque flowers. Probably a deep purple iris would be my all time favorite. Best, Michele


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 6:34 pm

      Michele, I’m glad you like violet flowers. Violet or deep purple is such passionate and dramatic colour. I hope your shoulders get back to normal soon. Take it easy. Have a great weekend!

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  17. Laurie April 16, 2021 / 7:29 pm

    Disc golf looks like so much fun. My oldest son lives very close to a free disc golf course that is maintained by the town he lives in. He has all the equipment and has played often. Beautiful spring flowers!


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 8:28 pm

      Great to hear your son plays disc golf often. I like to play at least once a week when the weather cooperates.


  18. Jo April 16, 2021 / 8:38 pm

    How cool is disc golf? Thanks for the lesson. It’s not huge here, but when I was last in Queenstown (of the memories of travel) frisbee gold (which is what we call it) was becoming quite the thing there. It looks like the perfect sport – low cost and with a walk included.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 9:30 pm

      Disc golf has become more popular in the last two decades, with memberships, prize tournaments and championship events, especially in the USA. I think it’s just a matter of time for it to grow in Australia.

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  19. Kevin and Kirstin Troyer April 16, 2021 / 9:05 pm

    Those flowers are beautiful! I have never played disc golf but I don’t think I’d be good at it…lol…I cannot throw anything well for the life of me! What a fun post!


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 9:32 pm

      Thank you, Kirstin, for your comment. I thought I’d share an intro to disc golf for a fun read and some of my blog readers may find it informative.


  20. April 16, 2021 / 9:19 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing this!! I had no idea there was this much to it. Pretty sure the frat boys on my liberal arts college freshman year were playing a much simplified version!! Didn’t realize there were discs for shots from different areas on the course. And had never seen a basket. Now I want to find out if there are any courses in El Paso!

    What a bouquet of beautiful flowers in your images. Bought something called a wallflower (fitting for my personality) today and it has blooms something like sage or lavender. Hopefully it will take off. We are forecast to have rain tomorrow!! Yay.


    • Natalie April 16, 2021 / 9:44 pm

      Leslie, The frisbee throw and catch games in college were simple. Disc golf is an organized sport and has become big business in the last two decades, especially in the USA. Lots of tournaments, prizes, championships, memberships, etc. There are several disc golf courses in El Paso. If you go to PDGA dot com web site and look up their Course directory for El Paso, you’ll see the list.

      I hope your wallflower continues to thrive. We had showers on and off this week. The grass is green and the trees grow so quickly. Have a great weekend!


  21. Sue from Women Living Well After 50 April 16, 2021 / 10:14 pm

    Spring is in the air for you Natalie and thanks for brightening my Saturday with beautiful flowers. I’ve not heard of Disc Golf and not sure if we have it here in Australia. Have a lovely week and thanks for the #WeekendCoffeeShare


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 10:11 am

      Hi Sue, Yes, there are disc golf courses in Australia, about a dozen around Brisbane area and more in NSW and Victoria. Disc golf is not as well known as golf even though it’s been around for a long time. Have a great weekend!


  22. Ju-Lyn April 16, 2021 / 11:18 pm

    Thank you, Natalie! I feel like you’ve written this post just for me!!!
    And through your introduction with the helpful photographs, you have now solved a long-time mystery for me: I spotted a disc-catcher some years back in a field, and we speculated long and hard what it might be. Every time we passed it, we had new theories (the words “Disc Catcher” had long faded so it was not labelled in any way).


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 10:13 am

      You’re welcome, Ju-Lyn, and hooray that the basket mystery is now solved. The disc golf basket has a unique shape with chains so once you see it, you’d remember.


      • Ju-Lyn April 18, 2021 / 9:49 am

        Exactly! I think we spotted our basket a couple of years ago – but as soon as I saw your photograph, I immediately remembered it!


  23. Teresa April 17, 2021 / 2:31 am

    Beautiful shades of my favourite colour.


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 10:15 am

      Thank you, Teresa, for your comment. I greatly appreciate it.

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  24. Debbie April 17, 2021 / 4:54 am

    I love the colours here Natalie! The croci are my favourites although I love them all :). Isn’t it funny how we can live on opposite of the world but the games we play are so similar. My husband and a friend play frisbee gold (what we call your disc golf) and have made up their own courses around our back paddock. It’s a great way for them to have a chat and play a mental game at the same time. Thanks for your descriptions and instructions, they are very much the same the world over. Thanks again for having us here at your #weekendcoffeeshare


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 10:22 am

      Debbie, I love flowers and there are so many of them in the spring. How cool that your husband and his friend have made up their own disc golf courses. Disc golf game is fun and social. The game objective and rules apply internationally. There are regional, national, and world championships for players who want to pursue them.

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  25. Bear April 17, 2021 / 7:48 am

    Beautiful flowers. We have disc golf here, too. The parks, though, are for the most part closed. It’s no fun to play alone.


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 10:27 am

      Bear, Are the parks closed because of COVID-19 restrictions? I have fun playing disc golf, both alone or with others. It’s good to practice alone and I go at my own time and pace.


      • Bear April 17, 2021 / 8:25 pm

        Yes. The restrictions only allow 2 people on the course…but that’s in another county from me. I’m not going to pay for a park pass when there are so many restrictions that there’s nothing to do but sit in the car. Very frustrating.


        • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 8:34 pm

          Yes, I hear you. My province is in lockdown and more restrictions were added starting this morning until at least May 20.

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  26. trentpmcd April 17, 2021 / 9:01 am

    The spring flowers have been beautiful here. I used to play “Frisbee” all of the time, but only played around with disk golf once or twice. Looks like a fun sport.have a great weekend!


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 10:33 am

      Both frisbee and disc golf are fun although frisbee is less structured than disc golf. Have a great weekend!

      Liked by 1 person

  27. dawnkinster April 17, 2021 / 9:45 am

    Love the purple! We have a few disc golf courses around here. The people I see playing always seem to be having a great time. It’s nice to be outside with friends!


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 10:36 am

      Dawn, It’s true that when you watch people play disc golf, there is always laughter involved. When I practice by myself, I smile, laugh and feel satisfied when I make a good throw.


  28. Suzanne@PictureRetirement April 17, 2021 / 10:22 am

    Hi Natalie, I don’t know of any Disc Golf courses in our area, but it looks like a fun sport, for all the reasons you mentioned. Love that the color of your Spring flowers matches your profile pic! Must be a favorite.


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 10:41 am

      Hi Suzanne, There are many disc golf courses in Florida. If you go to PDGA dot com web site and do a Course search, it will show a list of what’s available in FL.

      I have so many photos of spring flowers in different colours. I chose Violet to participate in Terri’s Sunday Stills challenge this weekend. It’s a coincidence that the colour matches my profile pic 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  29. RuthScribbles April 17, 2021 / 11:31 am

    Good Morning! I love ALL purple flowers. The color sparks lots of joy!!


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 5:30 pm

      Thank you, Ruth, for your visit and comment. I’m glad you love all purple flowers. When I added my photos to the post, I wasn’t sure if that was too much purple.

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  30. Terri Webster Schrandt April 17, 2021 / 11:39 am

    Hi Natalie, I’m glad to see you sharing your lovely violet florals for Sunday Stills! Your images are amazing! I’ve never played disc golf but there are courses in so many parks. Looks like fun and a way to get some great exercise.


    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 5:33 pm

      Hi Terri, I’ll update the link from my post to your colour challenge post on Sunday. I’m glad you like my violet floral images. Spring has brought so many wonderful and colourful flowers here. I like a variety of fun fitness activities and disc golf is one of them. The fitness and fun combo wins!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Natalie April 17, 2021 / 5:34 pm

      Thank you, John and Susan, for your comment. I greatly appreciate it. Enjoy the weekend!


  31. csuhpat1 April 17, 2021 / 9:49 pm

    Beautiful flowers. Nice intro to Disk Golf. I have actually played it a couple of times in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. There are no tee times and it is free. It is an 18-hole wooded course. You can register and get a handicap and everything.

    Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.


    • Natalie April 18, 2021 / 9:15 am

      Patrick, You’re one of the few of my blog readers who have actually played disc golf. The Golden Gate State Park is a beautiful green space. Thank you for sharing your experience. Have a great weekend!


  32. Thistles and Kiwis April 18, 2021 / 1:21 am

    I have never heard of disc golf so this was all new to me! Lovely flowers too.


    • Natalie April 18, 2021 / 9:17 am

      I’m glad to share something new and my floral photos with you and my blog readers.


  33. dprastka April 18, 2021 / 4:14 am

    I just LOVE all the flowers, the blues and purples are gorgeous! My eyes go to the blues, since they are more unusual and so beautiful!! Thank you for sharing the disc golf. I’ve wondered how you play and so it was fun to read how it all goes! Looks like fun and am not sure where around where I live they have disc golf. I will have to look it up soon. I hope you have a wonderful rest of your weekend! ❤


    • Natalie April 18, 2021 / 9:20 am

      Diana, I’m glad you like my flower photos. I wasn’t sure if I posted too many of them in one post. There are many disc golf courses in the USA and in CA. If you go to the PDGA dot com web site and do a Course search by your state, it will give you a list. Have a wonderful weekend!

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      • dprastka April 18, 2021 / 12:54 pm

        Never too many flower photos!! And thank you for this information to find disc golf nearby!! Your the sweetest! ❤️


  34. Wandering Dawgs April 18, 2021 / 8:43 am

    Your violet flowers are gorgeous! The colors are so vibrant! Thanks for the introduction to how to play disc golf. I’ve seen the courses in many places and have only seen a few people actually playing.


    • Natalie April 18, 2021 / 9:23 am

      Thank you, Beth, for your comment. Spring flowers are popping up in my city and they all look so beautiful. Although disc golf is not as well known as golf, it’s becoming more popular. I think it’s wonderful that the USA has many disc golf courses in every state.

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  35. Astrid April 18, 2021 / 9:37 am

    I’m glad you like disc golf. I’d never heard of it.

    My favorite spring flower is Muscari botryoides. It’s more blue than actually violet though.


    • Natalie April 18, 2021 / 9:42 am

      Yes, the common name for Muscari botryoides is grape hyacinths. They’re lovely to see in spring here.

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      • Astrid April 18, 2021 / 9:46 am

        Oh thanks. I looked them up on Wikipedia and apparently overlooked their common name.


  36. Regina Martins April 18, 2021 / 11:19 am

    The violet flowers are beautiful and disc golf looks like a great sport to play. It’s awesome that it doesn’t cost anything and is easily accessible to anybody 🙂


    • Natalie April 18, 2021 / 1:30 pm

      Regina, I’m glad you like the violet flowers. Disc golf is fun and inexpensive. Its easy access is definitely a big plus.


  37. Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid April 19, 2021 / 12:42 am

    I always love seeing your flower pics! Wish I had your introduction to Disc Golf when I was in Toronto, I would have loved to have given it a shot!


    • Natalie April 19, 2021 / 8:13 am

      More flower pics coming next week, hehe. There should be a disc golf course in or around Sydney area. If you go to the PDGA dot come web site and do a search for disc golf course by state in Australia, it will show a list.


  38. patwdoyle11 April 19, 2021 / 10:25 am

    Natalie, I’ve been taking pictures of spring blooms as I realize that it might be our last spring bloom experience for a while. Florida has a very different spring. My favorite purples are Hyacinth and Lilac. I’m hoping our lilacs will bloom before we leave!


    • Natalie April 19, 2021 / 10:50 am

      Pat, That’s a great idea to take pictures of things that are unique in your current home area. Hyacinths and lilacs are lovely. We usually get hyacinths in April and lilac blooms in May here. The smell of lilacs is intoxicating, especially in the evenings. I hope your packing and house sale are going well.


  39. Sanch @ Sanch Writes April 20, 2021 / 4:28 pm

    The flowers look gorgeous! I love how the violet looks against all the green. Also, I’d never heard of disc golf ever before! Thanks for the intro. Hope you have a lovely week ahead!


    • Natalie April 20, 2021 / 5:00 pm

      Sanch, Those violet flowers do look good against the green. I should note that colour combo for my clothing outfits, hehe. Glad to introduce disc golf to you. Thank you for stopping by. Have a great week!


  40. Lydia C. Lee April 22, 2021 / 4:50 pm

    I did a bit of this when I was in Canberra for awhile by myself. It’s great, easy exercise and an entertaining way to ‘forest bath’ when you don’t have a forest handy! 😉

    Liked by 1 person

    • Natalie April 22, 2021 / 5:57 pm

      Yep, that’s what I like about disc golf: easy access, fun, being outdoors and with nature. Thanks, Lydia, for stopping by. I hope your blogging break is going well. Have a great weekend!

      Liked by 1 person

  41. wideeyedwanderingspoonie April 26, 2021 / 6:08 pm

    wonderful flowers! and we have a disc golf course right here at the RV park. I may have to go out and give it a try this summer now that you’ve given me my first lesson 🙂


    • Natalie April 26, 2021 / 6:18 pm

      I’m glad you like the flowers. How convenient that you have easy access to a disc golf course. I hope you enjoy the game when you play.

      Liked by 1 person

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