I did not make this headline up
Cornhole is a game that you've certainly seen played at many a Michigan tailgate. It's a fun game.
See the Wikipedia article for more information.
... its the 'toss the beanbag on the wooden structure, preferably through the hole' game.
To be made with that description.
Nope we play that in Ohio too.
Yea, im from cbus and people from cincy insist they innovated corn hole
Corn-hole is the correct name for the now generically produced "bean-bag toss" games played at every tailgate everywhere.
I know there are a few people who live in the Dallas area on this site, does anyone have any good ideas of what to do on Friday from 9am til 3pm? To save on airfare, I got some crazy early arrival time and my hotel doesn't allow check-in until 3pm. Thanks!
about visiting Dealey Plaza, but it's pretty far from DFW and Arlington.
I moved to Dallas in Oct of last year and it was a huge deal here it being the anniversary of the JFK assasination. Dealy plaza and the JFK Museum is definitely a must see when visiting the metroplex.
Couple ideas if you're in downtown Dallas apart from the "grab something to eat/find a coffee shop" option.
1. 6th Floor Museum, which is a surprisingly interesting and well done museum about the JFK assassination.
2. Nasher Sculpture Garden/Museum, which has a wonderful collection of modern sculpture, and is both inside and outside (it's not supposed to be blazing hot on Friday, but you'll probably want something inside).
The Dallas Museum of Art is pretty good as well, but it's a standard big city art museum. The Nasher feels more unique.
I recommend all visitors stop by the old red museum on houston downtown across from the amtrak station and pop in on the visitor center. Any and everything to do in Dallas they will direct yo right to it. Cant wait for all of you to arrive! Counting down hours to history being made by Team 133!!
A 4 hour lunch there will remove any and all jetlag before you head to the hotel.
Dallas has some of the finest in the country.
Too bad Dez can't go to them anymore.