We think the best thing about the Mystery Bus Trip is not knowing where you are going. Another great thing is getting into the theme and boy was this trip a wonderful example. When we left early Saturday morning, we only got a slight indication of how innovative our group was. We had some fancy headwear, cool duds and warrior paint. We were also very happy to meet our driver, Karen, a great gal who drives for Alberta Coach. We ambled down the highway heading South, those gals whose lottery choice was North were out of the running at this point, but many still had a chance.We enjoyed a light continental breakfast accompanied by mimosas. Finally, we arrived at our surprise destination, Crowsnest Pass Golf Club and the group was ecstatic, especially Nancy Reed-Roth as the head pro Jason is her cousin. This golf course offers an amazing golfing experience, surrounded by breathtaking mountain views in the heart of the Crowsnest pass. The golf course is challenging with many water hazards and well placed bunkers and of course the dreaded uneven lies, but our format made it fun for all. As we got ready to tee off the area was a hive of activity as the teams decorated their golf carts, wow what an effort, it was amazing. We had balloons, African of course, animals and more animals, bright African coloured drapes , flags, fringes and fruits. In addition one of the groups were in matching costumes, tutus included, great effort ladies.
Following our round we had a delicious meal in the beautiful new clubhouse and prizes were given out for the winners, the best dressed, the best carts, proximities and numerous door prizes. We thank all the members who assisted with the prizes, there were some wonderful donations which we really appreciate. A very tired but happy group got back on the bus and Karen got us home in record time. We had not done a Mystery trip since COVID, and it was sure worth waiting for. Thank everyone for your support it was a great day.