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Old 02-03-2016   #21
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Volley Ball!
The net, stakes and rope for the net fit nicely into an ammo can. The ball can be deflated and don't forget the little pump to inflate the ball, and keep it inflated if you play in cactus country or the play gets strenuous.
If the pump is just too much carrying only the inflating needle will work if someone has strong (very strong) lungs.

Oars make nice supports for the net.

Naked volley ball if the group is friendly and non competitive.
Strip Volley ball if they are competitive.
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Enhancing the Layover Day

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Abuse of alcohol on the river is a felony!
To eliminate alcohol abuse, simply use an empty for the target.
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We call the ammo can tug o war game Rope.
Another favorite is Eat Box
Start with an empty 12 pack box standing upright in the center of the circle of lawn chairs, not too near the fire.Each participant stands on one foot and bends over to pick up the box in their teeth.
After everyone around the fire goes you tear the flaps off the top and play goes around again.
Following each round a little more gets torn off the top.
I've seen some guys get down to less than an inch of box.
Players are welcome to skip rounds or reenter the game after they miss in a prior round. Because...
The whole point is to see your drunken buddies faceplant in the sand.
Funest thing since grease bombs.
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Another favorite is Eat Box Start with an empty 12 pack box standing upright in the center of the circle of lawn chairs, not too near the fire.Each participant stands on one foot and bends over...
"Eat Box" is a way that I like to "enhance" "lay"over days, but while some female "participants" do "bend over" we play the game somewhat differently...
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"Eat Box" is a way that I like to "enhance" "lay"over days, but while some female "participants" do "bend over" we play the game somewhat differently...
Either way is always a crowd pleaser.
Could probably figure a way to play both versions simultaneously.
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Hard core Canasta players in my group. We start a tournament at the beginning of every trip and it gets pretty competitive. We have had lots of folks say they didn't want to learn or join in the card game, but after watching us play (and cuss,fuss, and trash talk) they want in. By the end of the trip they are hooked. We like Canasta because it combines luck and skill. All it requires is a roll-a-table, two decks of cards, a pad & pencil to keep score, and at least 4 people.
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I'd take that deal n crawfish, then drill that ole devil in the ass.
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Love the ammo can tug o war. On our trips it's called "Who''s yer daddy"
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One word....CRIBBAGE!!!!

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