Here's my team, the Bari Strikers:
I chose that name because I sing Baritone and we, obviously, wanted strikes in our scores. Well, the strikes were few and far between but we enjoyed our time on the lanes. There was no competition involved - no prizes awarded based on scores. It was all for fun. It only cost $10 per person to bowl three games, including shoes. And what delicious food Pinstripes serves! We ordered the chicken avocado flatbread - wish I had a photo of it - yummy!!
When I bowled on a league years ago, I had an average of 151. Well today, I was glad I broke 300 for my 3 game series! Guess I should've practiced a bit beforehand!!
After bowling, we headed over to the bocce ball courts - they have three at Pinstripes. Heidi and I took on Stella and Mary (Heidi's mom). Elaine had left us and Mary's team hadn't started bowling yet so she joined us at bocce. I had never played and had a hard time throwing the ball gently! Many of my throws ended up hitting the back wall - a dead ball - darn! I got better with practice but Stella and Mary triumphed, reaching the magic 7 to our 2 points. Here we are:
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