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September 6, 2005
From journal Mountain Retreat
by Amber Autumn
August 1, 2005
If you head south of the parkway in Piegon Forge, you'll come to a strange farm. Old MacDonald had a farm with animals, and now it has been turned into a mini-golf course. There are flying pigs, cats drinking milk, and cows mooing. Pigs are jumping off a diving board into a lake where a duck is lazily floating on an inner tube. It is Ripley's, so you really have to see it to believe it.
You can chose from four 18-hole courses and can play as many times as you want. This is also an opportunity to meet many new people who are also on vacation. I met a woman who was from Mississippi. You can also find local teens who go on dates here. Mondays and weekends are always busy with traffic.
I'm okay when it comes to golf. When I was little, I couldn't hit the ball. I'd throw the ball and hope I'd make it in. I scored a hole-in-one at one course. I'm surprised I got that. Also, keep track of your ball. There are areas where you hit your ball into a waterfall, and if you're a small child, you'll throw it in the wrong one and lose your ball. This happened to my little cousin, who just closed her eyes; grinned, showing her teeth; and looked innocent as I got the ball from underneath the waterfall's bridge.
From journal One Pigeon in Pigeon Forge