Few things make me happier than going to a baseball game, which was also my mom's and grandma's mantra. Wrigley here was great last month, but it will never compare to the dilapidated, semi-sewagey, wild possum sanctuary known as the Oakland Coliseum. The Rocky Mountains are my happy place, but the Coliseum is the runner up. Vault toilets at Glacier have a similar ambience to the the Oakland baseball stadium toilets, too. Only hopefully there aren't bears just outside on the concourse.
I'm headed on my yearly trip to my baseball happy place for a three-game series this weekend. I'm always filled with happy memories of my very-much missed mom when I go there, who started attending in the 70s and ensured we were all fans of the best team ever. Also, the A's are the only thing I can talk about at length with my dad, though he's not fond of my baseball butt commentary, for some unknown reason. You should also go, enjoy the very affordable tickets, be in awe of the exceptionally talented team, and make tushie commentary to make your father uncomfortable.
Is there a fun place with happy memories that you visit each year?