Jul 20, 2015

Why You Should Be Playing Pétanque - Chloe Johnston

  Despite its history of being a little old man’s game, hipsters have taken up pétanque and given this traditional French pastime a makeover. Head up Canal St. Martin towards Ourqc, and you’ll see Parisians in their 20s and 30s making the game their own. Broadly speaking, games involving rolling or throwing balls toward a target are …

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