The Class C RV is one of the most popular RVs available. It’s not the smallest, but it’s not the largest. It’s not the most affordable and it’s nowhere near the most expensive. What it is…is right in the middle and being in the middle often means that a product or service is suitable to the largest number of consumers. What’s the connection between the Class C RV and the old outdoor game most refer to as Kick the Can?
Kick the Can is a game that almost anyone can enjoy. It enjoys the middle ground that defines the Class C RV.
It’s also one of the many outdoor games that were previously recommended as a means of increasing camaraderie amongst the group of RVers at a campground. It can also be used as a means of increasing the camaraderie of the group is traveling by RV en masse. Sadly, some RVers have never played kick the can. Some don’t even know how.
Get out of the Class C RV and Set Up a Game of Kick the Can:
Step One: Gather a group (at least three players) and a can.
Step Two: Place the can in an open area and choose the player that will be “it.”
Step Three: The player being “it” counts to a previously agreed upon number while the other players hide.
Step Four: Once the player who is “it” is finished counting, they attempt to find the other players.
Step Five: When players are “caught” or tagged by the “it” player, they go to jail. (This is a designated spot where caught players simply wait).
Step Six: Players who are not caught attempt to kick the can. Every time the can is kicked, all players in the “jail” are released back into the game.
Step Seven: The player who is “it” attempts to catch all the players and place them in jail before another player kicks the can to release prisoners.
This is the type of outdoor game that can be played by anyone of any age group. There are many more outdoor games that are loved by RVers everywhere. This is just one of many. For additional information on outdoor games that make good choices for RV campgrounds, access previous articles on the topic. Not only will they be a means of getting to know your fellow RVers better, but it will also get you out of the Class C RV.