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Bruce Dixon

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I was looking for advice on tying down a kayak and stumbled across this article about gaming on paddling trips. It's pretty awesome to see gaming in this type of context.
Also, it seems somewhat insane to me to take a $400 game in a boat, but more power to them.

http://www.canoekayak.com/touring-kayaks/keeping-that-flow-j...
 
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T. Dauphin
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I've taken card games (eg. Magic) but never felt more courageous (foolhardy?) than that. There is the weight consideration, too, after all.

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Russ Williams
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Paddling trips, eh?

Small light inexpensive games indeed seem more sensible than something like Kingdom Death! FWIW there are occasional recommendation threads for games to take on a hiking trip, e.g. Game for 3P, portable; they seem applicable to a paddling trip too.
 
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Dan
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First thing that came to mind...

Niagara
 
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Bruce Dixon

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I'd never seen Niagara, but it looks pretty rad.
 
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It seems like a pretty good idea for a list, really. My buddy and I were talking about it just the other day, what to bring to camp, if we should avoid small pieces, etc. We played a lot of Timeline & Hive last year.
 
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