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(for Ages Under 16)

Play catch with a glow-in-the-dark Frisbee.

Using an astronomy book from the library, identify constellations and stars. There are maps on the internet that generate a view of the sky for your location and date and time.

Go whitewater rafting. Look for an outfitter, that provides a guide, a meal on the trip, training and transportation.

Go to a farm that caters to visitors. Go on a hay ride, look at and pet the farm animals, and take a tour of the facilities..

Hike across a nearby bridge. Favorites are the Golden gate in the West, or any of the NYC bridges in the East.

Pick up a kite and sandwiches. Go on a hike to a place where you know there is going to be some wind. Have lunch, then assemble and fly the kite afterward.

Take your date to the hydroplane races out at the lake or river, followed by a picnic up in the mountains or on the beach. Bring plenty of water and sunscreen. Whoever picks the winning boat gets to name the next date.

On a hot day, slip away to go wading in a stream. See who can find the smoothest stones.

Float inner tubes on a river (wear life jackets).

Go water-skiing. This works best as an all-day group activity. If you are a beginning skier, seek out a boat with a practice boom or someone who is experienced in teaching new skiers. Bring food, sunscreen, and plenty of water.

Lie on your backs on a grassy hill or meadow and pick out cloud formations.

Hike to a natural spring in your area. Enjoy the fresh smells and scenery. Leave behind nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures. Leave things better than you found them (pick up trash so others can enjoy the trail).

Go to a campsite for a dinner/movie night. Pop popcorn over the fire and watch a movie. Cook a Dutch oven dinner. For power, bring a generator or use the cigarette lighter socket with an ac/dc TV/VCR or rent a site with electrical hookup.

Take a ride around town on a bicycle built for two. Finish up at a pool for a swim or at a park for a picnic.

Go to the sand hills or any sandy area and run bare-footed. If you want to see if you are in good shape, climb to the top of a large sand dune. Avoid hiking in areas allowing motorized vehicles.


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