(for Ages 25-29)
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.
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.
Play catch with a glow-in-the-dark Frisbee.
If your date appreciates baseball, take a big blanket (and maybe some candles and snacks) and go to a little baseball field at night. Lay in the middle of the diamond and star gaze.
Invite your dates to an outdoor concert. Rent a concert video and watch it in the back yard (set up a big screen TV or projector).
Go for a boat or ferry ride. Many large cities offer boat tours.
Take a gunnysack and go pine-nut hunting. Roast pine nuts over an open fire.
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 whitewater rafting. Look for an outfitter, that provides a guide, a meal on the trip, training and transportation.
Go deer or bird hunting with a camera. You might be safer to choose a time outside of the hunting season.
Go on a treasure hunt with 4 wheelers and then when you find the treasure, have a picnic.
Take your date fishing. Clean and cook the fish you catch. Bring the fixings and recipe you want to try. If this is new to you, you can go to a trout farm that guarantees fish and they will help you clean your catch.
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.
Plant trees together. Look for a local organization that will provide trees and training. Bring sack lunches or cook hamburgers and hotdogs afterwards.
Rent a small electric generator from an equipment rental shop. Take the generator, at least 200 feet or longer of electrical extension cords, fire wood, matches, marshmallows, a coat hanger, a few good movies, a small color TV and a VCR to a fire pit approved secluded location. Place the generator as far away as possible, make your campfire and roast your marshmallows, while watching a video.
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