Hello all! Sports reporter Daniel here.
The Hole-In-Wonderfuls have competed in three more mini golf cups over the last several weeks, and I am here to report to the blogosphere all the adventures:In an attempt to play at every course around us, we drove north to Lynwood, WA for the 18 hole course at "Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle's Restaurant". This 18-hole championship miniature golf course offers 9 holes in a tropical, tiki, mid-century Hawaiian vacation-styled indoor course, and 9 holes outside in a pirate adventure theme. It was quite an experience! My mom and I noted how we could save a lot of money the next time we wanted a Hawaiian vacation, by just coming here! They even had a vintage sounding Hawaiian lounge music soundtrack. An added bonus, was the fact that we were playing around 11 am on a Tuesday, and there were no other players in site. It was like we were members of a highly exclusive mini golf country club!
|Gabrielle preparing to sink her shot!|
|Mom and the large tiki!|
|One of the main advantages of mini golf over regular golf is the wide variety of ball colors|
|The Brady Bunch goes to |
|With our Hole-In-Wonderfuls mascot, Mrs. PotatoHead|
|My awesome mom and golf partner!|
|What fun monsters these were! A definite must next time you are looking for fun at 220th and Aurora Ave!|
|Tropical plants (real and faux) set the tone|
At the end of our 18 holes, we could have also played lazer tag, driven go carts, hit balls in the batting cage, done the ropes course, or bumper boats, but instead we went to Chipotle and ate delicious burritos with guacamole and chips. Somehow that sounded better than a bucket of fried chicken at Bullwinkle's Restaurant.