Alcohol plus axes, what could possibly go wrong? haha! BC (before Corona) Chio and I hosted an event at a gun range/axe throwing place. We each had our own team and we competed head to head in the events of shooting, axe throwing, and giant Jenga. I'm really scared of guns so I didn't even compete in that round. (I know, I'm such a wimp) and it's hard for me to describe how bad I was at axe throwing. Let's just say all of the employees and spectators took an enormous step back after they saw how off my aim was on my first throw. Despite my pitiful performance, it was still a REALLY fun day.

I follow the Happenings Around Manchester NH Facebook page and saw that a new axe throwing sports venue is set to open on Willow St this June! "The Rugged Axe" will be the largest venue of it's kind in New Hampshire with over 20 axe throwing lanes!

Happenings Around Manchester NH via Facebook

If you have a birthday coming up this Summer they will have a large private function room with two private lanes. By then hopefully most people will be vaccinated and we can party like it's 2019! If axe throwing isn't your cup of tea there will be no shortage of chairs and comfy couches to enjoy and beverage and take in the action. They will have a hotdog & snack bar with beer/wine/hard seltzers available for purchase! Big TVs will make it the perfect spot for Sunday Fundays when football season kicks off!

Their website and socials will be up and running soon. Can't wait to check this place out!

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