Great Fun-Filled Camping Games

Written by David Z


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3. Rover, All Come Over

A line is marked dividingrepparttar campus. Allrepparttar 148692 campers gather on one side. One person inrepparttar 148693 center endeavors to have them step overrepparttar 148694 line by calling out, "Rover, Rover, all come over!"

Atrepparttar 148695 word "over" everybody is expected to run and crossrepparttar 148696 line, whilerepparttar 148697 center man endeavors to catch one. The one caught must help him catchrepparttar 148698 others.

If any one runs over beforerepparttar 148699 center man calls "over," he has to go torepparttar 148700 aid ofrepparttar 148701 catcher. When all are caughtrepparttar 148702 game begins again.

4. German Bowling

Plant inrepparttar 148703 ground two posts, leaving at least 15 feet above ground.

Spike a 10-foot piece acrossrepparttar 148704 top. An ordinary ball used in bowling is used by plugging shutrepparttar 148705 holes and inserting a screw eye in one ofrepparttar 148706 plugged holes.

Tie tightly to this screw eye a strong piece of rope.

A good-sized screw eye is fastened inrepparttar 148707 cross piece ofrepparttar 148708 frame, and to this tierepparttar 148709 ball. Nine bowling pins are used. The score isrepparttar 148710 same as bowling. The pins are knocked off byrepparttar 148711 return ofrepparttar 148712 ball.

5. Water Baseball

The outfit required is a tennis ball, a broom stick and four rafts- one large and three small.

The batsman and catcher stand onrepparttar 148713 big raft. On a small raft, ten yards away, standsrepparttar 148714 pitcher andrepparttar 148715 other two rafts are placed at easy swimming distance for bases.

In striking, everything counts - bunt, swat or foul tip. The moment bat and ball come in contactrepparttar 148716 batsman starts for first base. There are five men on a side.

This game has lots of fun. Avoid remaining in fresh water too long as it has a tendency to weaken vitality.

Enjoy your outdoor camping!



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Your Guide for Travel and Hotels in Columbia

Written by Chris Sampson


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When it comes to entertainment, avoid getting too out-of-control. For instance, donít pack more than one book. If you are able to read an entire book, give that one away and go buy another one. Itís time to get out and go torepparttar store anyway, you bookworm. Instead, bring something to take notes with and write your own book. This does not necessarily meanrepparttar 148691 company laptop. Do not use this rule as an excuse to bring your work with you. If at all possible, leave every thought of work behind when you travel. Though it might seem awkward at first, pencil and paper work fine for taking notes.

Two valuable things to think about including in what you take are Pepto-Bismol, in case something doesnít agree with you, and hand sanitizer;repparttar 148692 kind you don't need water for. Please remember, no matter what situation you find yourself in, don't letrepparttar 148693 sanitizer replace taking a shower.

When you are departing for your adventure to Columbia, you and your family will want to carry plenty of what you need for picture taking. If you are behindrepparttar 148694 times and still use film, consider moving up to a digital camera. With a digital camera, I can see what I am taking as I go along. The only things I need are batteries and memory space. Now that you can get a wonderful digital camera for under $200, your excuses are dwindling away. Various tourist destinations have stores that will transfer your pics from your memory card to a CD, allowing you to take even more pics to torment friends and family with upon your return home.

I just can't stress enoughrepparttar 148695 value in keeping things simple. Prepare wisely by taking care of everything you can ahead of time. When it comes to travel, remember,repparttar 148696 internet is your friend. Pack, plan, and keep entertainment basic to help make sure that your vacation to Columbia is a relaxing and memorable one. I hope that this humble advice will become beneficial to you as you prepare yourself to embark on your vacation.



Chris Sampson is a writer and world traveller. For help with your next hotel trip, Chris recommends is: http://www.freehotelsearch.com/freehotelsearch_com/lastMinute.jsp - Columbia hotels


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