assessing the hazards

we’ve been busy making hazards of all kinds — flames, rocks, sand traps, fireballs, dirt piles, reeds, stalagmites and more. lisa had the great idea to sketch out the platform on my folks’ driveway so we can see if we have enough obstacles made. we used a little styrofoam to prop up a couple taller pieces, and this is me trying to explain to my skeptical mom that placement of the hazards will very quite a bit in the final piece, and that we’ll have to figure out how to group items so golfers can walk the hole.

lisa offered to be my reed-holder. it’s hard to really envision how this will all look when affixed to the actual platform (and with carpets underneath), but we definitely determined we have enough to make it about par 20 (just kidding, adam!).

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2 responses to this post.

  1. i’m totally lost, but this looks like so much fun. i wish you were my neighbors.

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  2. Posted by Adam on 06.06.2010 at 11:03

    You are going to be in a lot of trouble if it is a par 20 . . . .

    Reply

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