Tonight after I got off work, I headed over to meet a group of family members and some friends of my visiting cousin for a night of fun-filled cosmic bowling. However when we arrived, it was soon discovered that cosmic bowling is on FRIDAY night. Ok… but two lanes were reserved for SATURDAY night at 9. Someone had called earlier in the week to hold the lanes and was informed that cosmic bowling was indeed on Saturday. Someone was asleep at the wheel. We asked them to locate the reservation list for Friday night to see if they had put the name down and misinformed our party. The sheet from last night could not be located. Ah… c’est la vie…or group of 10+ got three lanes and bowled three games.
I asked Megan to join us after the Weekender’s evening of Belly Dancing and we shared a lane with my sister. I did break a hundred (too bad this was after the two games were added together). For our final game, I got a score of at least 120… let’s see if I can get someone to post a reaction to this 😉 If not.. then it will be my story and will stick to it. OK, OK… I cannot tell a lie… we decided to change our order for the final game… and Megan (as me) got the 120+ but the third game was my best so at least I improved. But it was a fun time
5 thoughts on “Cosmic Bowling That Was Not Out of This World”
Seems to me I remember reading about bowling in another blog entry. ‘Twas the bowling of my youth.
The blog entry was here, in case you want a read.
I LOVED the ATARI bowling! What could be better than a square ball knocking down square pins?
Ditto… although mine was on the Odyssey system.
You had the advantage of 4-player action I believe, Jamiahsh. Atari was only two players.
Yes… I do believe you are right, d.