Taken from Wikipedia- "Kubb (pronounced [kɵb] in Swedish or [kub] in Gutnish) is a lawn game where the object is to knock over wooden blocks, known as kubbs, by throwing wooden batons at them, known as "kastpinnar." Kubb can be described perhaps as a combination of bowling and horseshoes."
This game is made with premium select pine 1x's that we glue together to make 3x3's. The batons are made out of poplar wood. The king is made out of cedar 4x4's and carved out to look like a crown. Border stakes are also included.
How to play kubb shows you exactly how I play the ancient game of Kubb, aka Lawn Darts, Yard Chess, Throw Stick, whatever. I have posted this video along with more information on my blog: http://spreadthealoha.com/justin-ross-web-log/kubb Kubb can be played on grass, snow, sand, gravel, virtually anywhere. It's great for tailgating, camping, picnics, and lazy daze in the park. The Kubb set can be made with a saw and a trip to the hardware store, or purchased online. It is safe for all ages. The game can take anywhere from a few minutes, to over an hour, depending on the size of the pitch and the ability of the players. Go ahead and play, you won't be sorry for long. Thanks to Andrew Minnick of http://www.9amArt.com for help shooting How to Play Kubb.