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THE BEST OF. . .
Summertime in the Rockies!
A black bandana
We dressed as dark as possible to make ourselves invisible.
Sound like mischief?
Sound like an activity to run from?
Television couldn’t entertain us. Partying didn’t appeal. Shacking up? Not my tribe.
We played sardines—the inverse of hide-and-seek. If you think doing this activity is fun inside the house with all the lights turned off, try it outside under a moonless, starry sky.
Hide ten people in a big tree.
Lie like corpses in 3-foot high grass.
Crouch behind an outcropping of boulders until the last seeker discovers your alfresco hideout.
. . .AHH, THE MEMORIES. . .
. . . THE FRIENDSHIP BONDING . . .
After the seeker found all the hiders, we’d laugh and re-enacted the comical mishaps.
Like how Paul accidentally stepped on Shannon’s leg then had to do divert the other seekers until he could sneak away and return to make his own spot among the bodies.
Or how Jenny’s cats kept stalking her, threatening to give away her location. Time flew by during those nights.
Friends having hard, clean fun can’t be beat.
If you’re a sardine fan, tell us in the comment section about your adventures.
Or maybe you did something just as ridiculously fun.
We want to hear about it!
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