The second day of our reunion was equally as good as the first. Ron's wife Shirley had to head out early, but we got everyone else and spouses in the picture.
We decided to try an activity that was just plain fun-- Duckpin Bowling.
This was supposedly invented in the East in the early 1900s, but I'd never heard of it. The pins are short and are set up by strings or wires fastened to the top.
The ball is about the size of an oversize softball and is made of wood (no holes). You get three rolls instead of two as in regular bowling.
Sometimes you do really well.
Sometimes, not so much.
Had to do more singing.
And there had to be a picture with just the team and the coach.
Special day. Lots more sharing and prayers.
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