A Place to Play
Before we went into lockdown we used to come together and play board games in a shared space. It was a nice way of getting out of the house when you can't go to the beach or to a wine farm. Then we were suddenly forced to spend a significant amount of time at home that we didn't plan for, but when we started looking for something to do with the family we brought out that old copy of Monopoly or Scrabble that was gathering dust in the back of a bedroom closet.
The problem is, now that we can go outside again we still enjoy that board game experience but we have a few problems: Firstly, it's not always fun to play with the family. Let's face it: Monopoly is a brutal game. Secondly, we can't play at the old shop anymore because of the environment. There's no access control. We don't have a space where we can play games safely and securely while following social distance guidelines.
So we built one!
It's expensive, but I was like IF YOU BUILD IT THEY WILL COME