A Half-Empty Nest – Tonn’s Travels

Well, today our family of four officially became a "family of three" on the homefront. I did better than I thought I would do...wishing our oldest daughter all the best…

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Read more about the article Taking My Daughter to College – Tonn’s Travels
View from the approximate location of the Hole 1 tee at Trinity International University in Bannockburn, Illinois.

Taking My Daughter to College – Tonn’s Travels

It was with mixed emotions today that we left Minnesota, en route to Chicago, to take the most wonderful oldest daughter in the history of oldest daughters, Libby Tonn, to…

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Pennies, Nickels and Dimes – Tonn’s Travels

One of the both cool and occasionally frustrating things in my course collecting travels is to constantly see new courses popping up in areas where I have literally played every…

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Tyler Brickley Day – Tonn’s Travels

Today was another opportunity to play nine more new courses in wet conditions: Lakeside Hills DGC in Olathe, KansasFrontier Trail in Olathe, KansasWashington Elementary in Olathe, KansasTimber Wolf Estates in…

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On My Way To Kansas City – Tonn’s Travels

Today was exciting...as it is my first opportunity in months to have an honest-to-goodness course collecting road trip. No meetings for work! No travel companions needing frequent pit stops and…

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Read more about the article Off The Course Collecting Trail: Colorblindness and Signage
Screen Capture from one of the 12x18 tee signs for Bismarck State College in Bismarck, North Dakota.

Off The Course Collecting Trail: Colorblindness and Signage

Although the most visible role I have with DGA is to crisscross the country playing as many unique disc golf courses as I can (1,741 courses played and counting), my…

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Bachelor for a Day – Tonn’s Travels

With my wife and youngest headed to Mayo Clinic in Rochester for an appointment for our youngest, while our oldest was in Minneapolis for her last week of high school…

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Rain, Rain Go Away – Tonn’s Travels

After quite a bit of "quality time" with my hotel room's hairdryer last night, I had been hoping for bright sun and dry ground today, as I pushed my way…

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Gutting It Out – Tonn’s Travels

Today was a tough day. My back, right hip and right leg, which have been bad for weeks, felt much worse today. Hours of sitting in a car, then miles…

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Read more about the article FINALLY Disc Golfing in Fargo – Tonn’s Travels
View from the Hole 4 tee at Osgood Disc Golf Course in Fargo, North Dakota.

FINALLY Disc Golfing in Fargo – Tonn’s Travels

I'm pretty sure I've whined about it as a part of this blog at least once or twice in the past. But today, I FINALLY was able to "exorcise a…

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Too Nice Not To Play – Tonn’s Travels

It's been a quiet few weeks on the disc golf front for me. Work has been busy, which is good! However, I have also been trying to recover from a…

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On The Podium – Tonn’s Travels

After wrapping up my official duties as a course designer this morning, I took the LONG way home, so I could hopefully knock out as many as five new courses…

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