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Thread: Tom the Turkey Right Left Thanksgiving Game

  1. #11
    Super Member hopetoquilt's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    New Jersey
    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda View Post
    I do have several for Christmas I can print off and send you if you like. I think we have a Rudolf one and I know there are at least a couple of the Wright family stories. There are lots of them online if you just search Right and Left games.
    There is one for Valentine's day too.

    I am going to see if I can write one for Christmas that will include my family in the story. I might write a few and post them online for anyone who wants them.
    Imissed the thanksgiving ones. I would love a Christmas one in time to do for the holidays. Pleas do post it.

  2. #12
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    Jul 2010
    Jeffersonville, In
    What a great game! I had never heard of it. Looking forward to trying it with my group. And I love your story.

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    Super Member Greenheron's Avatar
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    Nov 2010
    Beautiful Briery Mountain in WV
    Our old Extension Homemakers' Club ladies would have loved it.

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    Power Poster Rhonda's Avatar
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    Salem Iowa
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    Mom and I have been on the lookout all year for small gifts to use for this year's Christmas game. I picked up some fishing lures for a $1 a piece on sale for the guys and some hotwheels for the little ones. We are thinking this year of having some wrapped with guy paper and some wrapped for the ladies and some for the kids. so whatever you end up with you can trade to get one for your type of gift.

    We had everyone bring a gift one year and then last year we decided to do something that would be silly and fun to open so I found a bunch of fun hand held games like a mini board with ball game and some small puzzles and a sherrif's badge and spinning tops and so on in the kid's party favors section at Walmart. We sacked up about 5 small games or toys in a sack and wrapped them. One sack per person. We had 28 sacks last year. It was so much fun!

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