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Posted: 01/03/14 01:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DH & I have rediscovered puzzles! Not the fancy, 1000-piece puzzles. Neither of us has the patience for that, but we like the smaller 100-piece puzzles with pictures of baby animals on them [emoticon]. It takes us a couple hours to complete one, which is just about the length of our attention spans [emoticon]

We also play Rummy, Yahtzee, and dominoes. We always bring a supply of books and magazines, too.


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Quiddler is a great word game, works for two or more people. [emoticon]





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We play Chicken Foot dominoes, Polish poker (my friends have to re teach me on each camping trip), and Jenga, which is also a good sobriety test.

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For the drive, my wife makes a list of things to spot (big list - includes things like: glass-carrying truck, crane truck, RV towing a pickup with a golf cart in the back, etc...).

For in the campsite we have Uno, Scrabble, and a couple others like that. (We have a small trailer and weight limitations, so all of our games are of the compact and lightweight variety.)


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We are card players - Hand and Foot, Shanghai, Pitch, Queen of Spades. The kids have been playing, too, since about age 7. For other games we like Pass the Pigs, Yahtzee, Sequence, TriOminoes.





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Mexican train is a good one enjoyed by all ages.
Apples to apples is fun.

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Posted: 01/09/14 05:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm a single traveler, so I stick with books of crossword puzzles.


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Scrabble and Rummikub are our "usuals", we also carry Backgammon, a deck of cards, domino's, and Yahtzee. ST


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One we enjoy is Farkle. All you need is dice and a piece of paper. We also play Crazy 8's & Cribbage as well as dominos.

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I was recently introduced to a game called "Spot It"'. It's a fast paced game and very entertaining. From 2 to 8 players can play and it is very compact. A lot of fun.

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