Breyer is all ready for a day out and about!
Today's adventure was candlepin bowling...
This business just happened to be of the Sawyer variety...and although it is in Northborough, Massachusetts, it's very close to where candlepin bowling was invented - in Worcester, 1880.
All the boys enjoyed the nice "pin" door handle, obviously a much thinner pin than ten-pin!
Sawyer holding the smaller ball. There are no holes, and you get to bowl three of them.
The lanes are long and narrow, and the downed "wood" is not cleared away during all three ball rolls.
Breyer loved the loud ball noises, and stood the whole time to roll the balls.
We had the whole place to ourselves...very nice!
That's what happens when you skip school to travel away during your Thanksgiving holiday!
Nowadays, this quaint, 60-year old business, would need $600K to be rebuilt.