Follansbee, West Virginia
Meadowbrook RV Park
It rained last night but it didn't take long for the outside chairs to dry.
We told our daughter, Nikki, that we'd pick up the grand kids after basketball camp this afternoon. Our first stop was to pick up Olivia, who showed us how to get to the school where Levani was at basketball camp.
It turned out to be a beautiful day, so we asked the kids if they wanted to play miniature golf. Olivia said they didn't go often because "Mommy says we get bored".
Bill drove up to Brooke Hills, the county park, and the gate to the mini golf was open but their was no one manning the booth. A quick trip over to the golf course office took care of that problem. The Mini Golf wasn't officially opened but they sent someone over to give us the balls and clubs. Total cost for the four of us was $10.00
While Bill was paying we saw the rates for the golf course. It was $5.00 for 9 holes, $5.00 for a cart. If you wanted to play 18 holes it was $10. Tuesday's and Thursday's it was half price. Not bad for a beautiful course, of course it is up and down hills. We'll have to try it out while we are here.
I was surprised how well Olivia and Levani played. Olivia got TWO holes in one. It was a beautiful day and we had a lot of fun. By the time we were finishing there were two other groups behind us. I'm sorry I didn't have the camera with us at the park.
We stopped at Sheila's Cafe on the way back for a bite to eat. We were hoping our grand daughter, Courtney, would be there but she had worked the morning shift.
Before we knew it, son-in-law Nicky stopped to pick the kids up to take them to dancing practice and the other for Willy Wonka play practice. They do not have a spare moment but really enjoy their activities.
Bill and I will need to rest up to keep up with all the things they are involved in. Tomorrow is a baseball game.
Not to brag, but these two are very polite and well behaved. They also do not run out of things to talk about. They are 19 months apart and have always got along well.