She was dependable, controllable, and far-flying. However, on a not-too-terrible drive on #16, my Surge SS made a gentle hyzer around a blind dog leg into some dense woods. After about 45 minutes of searching I called it a day. My name and # was on it so there is hope that a good Samaritan will one day return it. I will keep my fingers crossed. That's Rockburn for you...always one bad shot away from being down $17.
Oddly enough I did run across a leaf green (the only way to describe the color) Valk during my search. Buying that disc is like winning a goldfish at the county fair...it won't last you long.
On a positive note, I did hit my personal shot of the year...a ~100ft midrange no-doubter with my Roc. It was ticketed for the chains as soon as it left my hand. A passer-by even asked me if I gave lessons...no joke.
All in all a good day. A lost disc every now and then is a small price to pay for disc golf traveling (A new one is on order anyway...along with a new bag...reviews to come!)
Happy Disc Golf Travels