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ORDER LIFE ON THE FARM® BOARD GAME

Life on the Farm Board GameORDER LIFE ON THE FARM® BOARD GAME

Life on the Farm® board game by We R Fun Games, Inc

Questions? Call Ev Johnson at 320-630-1571

Life on the Farm® – $25
Fast Moo-ving FUN Family game - created by a real farm family, from real American farm-life experiences and mishaps! Collect milk-checks when you pass the barn. Owning more cows means more income - but also higher expenses! Market values fluctuate with each roll of the dice. First to "Retire" wins! Easy to understand, FUN to play, lots of laughs for adults and children - for ages 8-108.

Life on the Farm Preschool VersionIf you have a promo code, please enter in the "notes to seller" section at checkout.

Preschool Version of Life on the Farm® – $25
soft feel of this non-toxic foam Playmat / Board Game and Farm puzzle set. Draw a card and match colors to move along the Gamemat - it's fun to take turns! Land on an animal square and match it with a puzzle piece to put in your barn - Fill the barn with farm animals and you win! This is a lot of FUN to play with Preschoolers!

If you have a promo code, please enter in the "notes to seller" section at checkout.

-13 (Minus 13) Math Game in Triangle Box – $20
Collect as many chips as you can, but you won't know how much they are worth until the last roll! Don't get caught with the -13 chip at the end of the game! -13 is a FUN, slightly strategic family game. Great to play with adults and children 8 and up.


Gibsons I Love Country & Gardening - 2 x 500 Piece Jigsaw
Toy (Gibsons)
  • 2 high quality 500 piece jigsaw puzzles
  • Each puzzle measures 35x48cm when complete
  • Made from thick, durable puzzle board that is 100% recycled.
  • By artist Mike Jupp

I met him @ a Board Game group

by GryphonTyr

I had found on craigslist. I had just gone through a nasty breakup with a guy who was not only lying/cheating, but also stealing & selling my stuff, & I had had enough. The hard part after kicking him out was NOT letting him back in my life. I hadn't made friends here since I had moved, & I knew I'd break down & take him back if I didn't focus on myself & create a good social network. So I turned to the internet & started going to this "BYOB" Board Game Group. I made some great friends (the person running it is in my bridal party :)).
2 months later, my FH found the same group on MySpace & went for the first time. We met, hit it off, & have been together ever since. I was 26 & that was nearly 4 years ago. I had heard the trite "you'll find someone when you're not looking" crap...

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