Back to our trip forever ago… We spent one evening at Top Golf, and I got to work on my golf swing! I was actually a little hesitant at first, because I am not into golf, but it was very fun!
If you’ve never been, I would compare it to bowling, but the golf version. I know, very helpful! It’s really hard to describe, but hopefully these photos will help. I liked it because you would take turn hitting golf balls, and they had a sitting area where you could hang out in between. And the view of the mountains wasn’t bad either.
You’ve seen this sweet family on the blog before. Thankful for our visit with them. Steve is one of Jordan’s best friends from college and moved to Arizona for Lexi. We’re not mad about it, because we love Lexi (who is an awesome photographer) and now have an awesome vacation spot. Nice job, Steve.
And Jordan had such a good time. I loved that I could be with him and also have a little fun doing something he loves. I don’t think I could play an entire 16 holes of golf with him. But, Top Golf, that I can do.
I had to include all of these because.. Ruby. She is hilariously awesome.
Ruby’s turn! haha
And look at the view that greeted us as we walked back to the car!
And for dinner we went to Flower Child, which was by far my favorite place I went to while we were in Phoenix. Nice pick, Lexi.
And Ruby, haha. She will be so hungry and drinking her bottle, but so curious and interested in everything.
This restaurant was so fun and beautiful, you almost can’t even tell that it was evening, because it’s so bright and fun in here.
This was our last full evening in Arizona, you can see our full itinerary here, so I believe this is my last post, and now we can move on to our visit to Colorado (are you ready, Jen??)