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    • Real Family Time

      Camping boardgame - what a great idea! > Education Outdoors // Camp Board Game for Camp Brodsky during indoor recess

    • Carrie Pauly
      • 3 years ago

      My kids received this as a Christmas present two years ago and they LOVE it! Each player can decide their own difficulty level so it provides just the right amount of challenge to various ages.

    • The Grommet
      • 3 years ago

      Carrie, thank you for leaving a comment -- it's great to hear how our Grommet finds are enjoyed in the "real world." We're happy to hear your family enjoys this game!

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