Planning a good ol’ American road trip? There is nothing like heading out in the open road and exploring this wonderful country. But before you go out riding into the sunset, having a good, well thought out plan is a sure way to ensure for a successful road trip.
Your Rollors set isn’t just for trips to the beach or your backyard summer picnics. You would be surprised where breaking out your Rollors game would work out perfectly and even make the event more fun. That is what is so wonderful about Rollors. It’s ability to fit in any situation.
It was started in Sweden 1000 years ago as simple entertainment. It would soon take off across Europe and then across America. It has the undertones of Bocce and horseshoes and adds some variations that makes it challenging, interesting, and most of all … challenging.
Before tablets, smart phones and video games, families had to entertain themselves with each other, believe it or not. These days, between all the after school activities and other commitments, you and your family can lose sight of one another.
Looks like summer got an early start this year thanks to COVID-19, so much has changed as we slowly return to our normal lifestyle. So, how about some summer fun that the kids and adults can all enjoy?!
Matt Butler, the founder of the outdoor lawn game Rollors, is an American Veteran. He would develop the game while home on leave and in between his ten deployments over 20 years of service. Matt had visions of designing an outdoor game that would be enjoyed by people of all ages anywhere, anytime.
How about getting ready for some summertime outdoor games?!The summer can get boring for kids and adults.Whether it is just another weekend around the house or you have company coming over to cookout and visit.
Winter is slowly coming to an end, seems like that “last Easter freeze” keeps repeating itself, but soon, we’ll be outside all day and into the night. So, why not start planning your first summer get together now?
As a parent, you’re well aware summer is just around the corner, which means the kids are going to be home all day. It also means it is time for backyard BBQ parties and trips to the beach or lake. It also means you need to give those kids something to do, and with that said, we offer you 4 suggestions of lawn games.