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Old 07-14-2008   #11
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I didn't see it listed under games but volley ball in red wall is the best.

Beer, umbrella I just was in Down River Equipment and they have this bad ass umbrella that I might have to get just for that next I wish I had trip kind of moment.

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Old 07-14-2008   #12
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booze, fishing pole, booze, poor man horse shoes (the game with three rails and golf balls on strings) ,Booze, shit tickets, and more booze

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Old 07-14-2008   #13
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If you want a good drink that'll make you popular with the ladies then get this pre-made Margarita stuff Senator Schaffer's wife is making. Just add ice from the cooler and you got yourself a potent marg to get sauced on. Esp if you've been sweating in the desert sun all'll love the stuff. It's gonna be standard on our multi-days from now on. And it comes in a big plastic bottle
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Old 07-14-2008   #14
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And lots of 'em
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Old 07-14-2008   #16
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bad for the microtrash, but fun: red rider bb h-o-r-s-e with beer cans in the tamarisk

also, chips for poker night, as real chips tend to crush and make poor vehicles for salsa
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bad for the microtrash, but fun: red rider bb h-o-r-s-e with beer cans in the tamarisk
Yeah, good idea, but don't do this on the Grand. Keep it pristine.
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Old 07-14-2008   #18
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9 iron and putter. Set up a mini golf course. Try fixing a coozy to the river bottom and playing underwater golf. 4 person badmitten games are fun and tiring. Ammo box tug of war - two people stand on small ammo boxes and try to pull one another off with a 20-30ft rope stretched between. Flutes, bongos, any instrument.
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Old 07-14-2008   #19
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Kill two birds w/ one stone:

The game is similar to in the dark...use glow sticks with 2 feet of string attached...twirl and pitch them at one of two hula hoops, used as goals (one at either side of the beach). Great visuals for those in camp too drunk, lazy or otherwise inebriated to participate and the hula-hoops are always good 'Im bored' toys.

hope you like it. Have a great trip
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Old 07-14-2008   #20
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Simple Pleasures

My favorite games don't require much in the way of props. One classic gladiator contest is to stand on two rocket boxes with a rope between and try to pull each other off.

August on the Mega-Ditch is effing hot. So for days, a bimini or umbrella (or big floppy sun-hat) are all pretty sweet.

For nights, a cotton sheet for bedding and a cheap fleece blanket to lay over your Paco pad (to wick the sweat) are sleep-savers. Best is to rig your boat so you can sleep on it: about 10-15 cooler there than up on the sand.

Give my regards to the rattlers & ringtail cats. Have a good trip.


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