- 22 tennis balls
- 21 golf balls
- 12 wiffle balls
- 3 hard rubber bouncy balls
- 2 soft rubber world globe balls
- 2 black tension-reliever squeeze balls
- 1 cricket ball
- 1 Panther Pride mini football
- 1 Panther Pride mini basketball
- 1 uninflated Mavericks basketball
- 1 nerf football
- 1 street hockey ball
- 1 hard foam ball
- 1 hard rubber egg
- 1 pompom from a UofM ski cap
- 1 marble
- 1 beanbag
- 6 shuttlecocks
- 1 very large bat bag full of baseball stuff--baseballs, softballs, bats, gloves, helmets
There were also numerous tools for hitting these balls, but I won't go into that.
I wish the story would stop here, but alas, I hang my head in shame to tell what else I found. I found about 30 pieces of bubble gum that had been there since my married son was in 10th grade (you do the math). And if that is all I found, it wouldn't be so bad. The trouble was that there were numerous pieces of this gum with the, well, gum missing. The waxed wrappers where still mostly there, somewhat shredded by something--I hate to think what.
And after all that, Rachel said the jump rope was too short. So I gave her an extension cord, and that worked just fine.