Friday, 14 August 2020
My Life in 10 Objects (#8)
I've been a tad distracted of late, so the latest instalment of MLITO (catchy, huh?) got temporarily jammed in the works while I was busy in the back putting out a few fires.
Today's object comes as part of a twofer, simply because the first object - when it's not in use - resides in the second. Let me explain:
Since James was old enough to throw, and catch, a ball, he's been throwing a frisbee with his old man - usually on beaches (and usually beaches in Devon).
When packing for holidays our Discraft Ultra-Star 175 (175 grams - weight is everything when it comes to frisbees) was every bit as important as a toothbrush or a clean pair of socks.
The action shot below shows perfectly the frisbee in mid-flight.
This was Slapton Sands in South Devon about ten years ago. (Looking at the clear blue sky I don't think thermals would have been an issue that day!)
James is coming up to Scotland with me in a couple of weeks - so no prizes for guessing what we'll be taking away with us.
And that second object? Like the frisbee, I've just remembered, it was bought in the same town (Totnes) and probably around the same time (c.1997). My rucksack - to be found in the bottom of my wardrobe - has been all over the world with me and, as I said above, it gives board and lodging to the frisbee in the close season. Today's object(s).
Posted by John Medd on Friday, August 14, 2020
Labels: 1997, Devon, Frisbee, James Medd, My Life in 10 Objects, Totnes
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