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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Board Game in Branson

Continuing Annette's birthday celebration, tonight,  we played a new board game, new to us, anyway, called "Ticket to Ride." Nancy gets credit for locating it and having it available to play.


Here we are in the middle of the game. We are learning the strategy, as we go. Took about 2 hours, for the first time around, with a learning curve. Thanks to Larry for taking the photo.


Check it out for yourself!


It was a very good day - even a bit cooler, finally!  ;-) mid-80s!

2 comments:

Kathy said...

My husband and son play this game alot! They are very into board games, especially historical and/or strategy games. Hope you enjoy it as much.

Julie Schuler said...

It looks like an old game. The graphics on the box are very nice.