Sunday, August 15, 2010


Last weekend, we ventured out to enjoy the FREE mini-golf course at the Salt Lake Art Center. All of the holes were created by top local artists (and some from around the country). We hadn't been mini-golfing in ages, and this exhibition was a fun excuse to go downtown and support the arts.

This one was one of my favorites, made out of yarn. Those fashionable surgical booties on Britt's feet were to protect the course. They didn't have Penny's size.



Mini-golf is the best kind of golf because you don't have to be good at it to have fun. Parts of the course were intentionally designed to be hard, if not totally impossible, so it was both challenging and entertaining.

This one was aptly named "Pissing Into the Wind."

I'm glad we went—it was fun to get out of the house and do something different. If you're here in town, the exhibit ends September 16th.


Anonymous said...

I think Penny is already better at golf and croquet than I will ever be, ha ha


Amber/Dia said...

How cool is that!!