Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Everything I Consume: Pirate's Cove Mini Adventure Golf

The family spent a week in Maine last month and it was great: Acadia National Park, lobster every day, blueberry softserve, christian Oceanariums, Bar Harbor, alleged moose sightings and best of all, mini adventure golf. Well, maybe not best of all but still pretty cool. Gwendolyn and I got to take in two rounds at the fabulous Pirate's Cove course just outside of Bar Harbor. My hole-in-one on the fourteenth hole made me my daughter's hero for at least two days. And, in fairness, it was an awesome shot. My ball jumped two upward steps to fall right in the hole. After the game the Pirate's Cove people loaded us with booty, eyepatches, activity books and even a free game. I love that place. If you ever find yourself in Bar Harbor or Lake George or Brainerd you've got to go to a Pirate's Cove.

Here's a little movie of our family hijinks:


4 comments:

Ted said...

Uta now has a new request when going back to the states--blueberry soft ice cream. Thanks! How am I going to find that one without going to Maine?

P.S. That pirate craze is strong over here, too.

The Wife said...

Hey, I heard a snort! And it was Maine. Ipso facto: IT WAS A MOOSE!

Brett said...

You gotta go to Bar Harbor, the world capital of blueberry soft serve.

The Wife said...

BTW, if you look VERYCLOSELY in the picture of Pirate's Cove Mini Golf, you'll see Brett and Gwen on the mountain....