(for Ages 40-49)
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.
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.
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).
Take a gunnysack and go pine-nut hunting. Roast pine nuts over an open fire.
Go panning for gold. Bring along an experienced friend or take lessons. It takes patience and time.
Plant trees together. Look for a local organization that will provide trees and training. Bring sack lunches or cook hamburgers and hotdogs afterwards.
Go for a boat or ferry ride. Many large cities offer boat tours.
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.
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.
Decorate a snow-covered tree in the mountains with berries, nuts, and pieces of fruit. Leave it as a gift for the animals.
Go deer or bird hunting with a camera. You might be safer to choose a time outside of the hunting season.
Hike across a nearby bridge. Favorites are the Golden gate in the West, or any of the NYC bridges in the East.
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