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Kastepåstikka, Angle 4°

Kastepåstikka or Pitching pennies was a sure sign of spring. We played on gravel as soon as the ice and snow had melted. Throwing our coins against a stick, a line, a circle or a wall with the aim of getting closest to the target. The game was divided into two parts: the throwing and the tips. I vaguely remember the brown coins.