Sunday, June 20, 2021

Father's Day 2021

First off, Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there.

Father's Day here was excellent.

It started off with some coffee and the kids bought me some new cargo shorts and a new cover shirt both form Columbia at an outlet mall, which was very nice of them. 

And of course the card:

Touching card it was, yes, hmmmm.

Then we headed off to Kensington Metropark for a nice couple hour hike.

After that, we had built up an appetite so we had a delicious lunch at O Sushi Japanese and Korean Restaurant, where we barbecued meat Korean-style right at the table which was awesome, tasty, and perfect. 

Then we headed to Barnes and Noble to browse the stacks for a bit as we were early for our next activity.

The next activity:

Axe Throwing.

Yes, axe throwing.

Because there's no better activity on Father's Day than to have your kids learn how to throw lethal weapons with skill, grace, and style. 

Axe throwing is harder than it looks, and a heckuva lot of fun to do.  The kids got it down before we did, but we managed to stick a few in the bull's eye as well.  So it was a very fun family activity and highly recommended.

It was a fantastic Father's Day.  I hope all you dads out there had a great one as well.

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