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  • Bocce Ball Surface

    Before I start the oven I need to fiinish the Bocce Ball court. Do you vote for sand, clay or blue dust as the final surface? I am partial to dust at this point but can be persuaded....

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    Which one is easier to take care of? That'd be my vote!
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    • #3
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      Let the wife worry about that


      • #4
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        Sounds like HER project...you know, regardless of which you/she chooses, if it is a pain for her - it WILL be your fault. That said, my vote is for the blue dust, sound kinda "stylish".


        • #5
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          You married her too? Seriously, I think the blue dust will work out well as long as it is fine and not too chunky to roll on...


          • #6
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            All the courts around here are clay. Easy up keep.
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            • #7
              Re: Bocce Ball Surface

              They make COURTS for bocce ball??? Huh. I've been playing in the back yard all this time, avoiding the dog bits..... we call them hazards.



              • #8
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                I've only seen it played in the sand at the beach. I didn't know there were courts for the game of big marbles.
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