When the weather warms, couples seek great ways to spend time together shedding the coziness of the indoors for the bright warmth of the wide world. Several opportunities open up for those with an adventurous spirit, a bit of creativity and a passionate drive. Let’s look at some of those options and how they can be tailored to the specific interests of those on the hunt for fun.
1. Active Activity
Everyone enjoys replaying the times during the spring, summer and early autumn of their youth spent engaging in some spirited games. As children, the spirit of competition may have been too great. Couples can take a more leisurely approach to getting outside in the sun for some friendly play.
* Complete Leisure: There is a block of movement build strictly for enjoyment. Couples can throw a Frisbee or play with no aim to accomplish anything. The light work allows for conversation and laughter.
* Competitive Play: Youthful games like miniature golf or horse shoes gives a slight sense of stakes to what is happening without sweating through a shirt or making one another feel a trophy is on the line.
* Amp It Up: Couples with higher drives can head out for things like shooting baskets or tennis. This elevates the energy, but they need to watch that tempers do not flare as well.
2. Walking Around Downtown
Several smaller towns have taken steps to beautify their downtown districts. This change has allowed a variety of businesses to set up in close proximity to unique eating establishments. Taking an opportunity to amble through a quaint locale increases conversation, allows sweet physical contact and gives each a chance to share their personal taste. Antique and old book shops give time to explore for wonderful treasures.
3. Making Unique Snacks
Homemade foods, especially those with a sense of whimsy, prove to be a great activity for couples using a variety tools and ingredients secured at a nominal cost. Ice cream and shaved ice demonstrate personal tastes. One may discover a partner’s preference for coconut or they considered throwing salty peanut butter in their ice cream. These windows offer a new vista to the person beyond what they want to eat.
4. Outdoor Concert/Event
With general admission seating and a convivial outdoor setting, couples may find heading for a night out under the stars to listen to music or watch a movie projected onto the side of a building may be the fun they are looking for. These concerts could give everyone a chance to hear something new. The symphonies of most cities have an outdoor concert during the summer where they play lighter and more familiar fare. This could be an ideal introduction to classical music with a starry sky.
5. Finding Fun at a Festival
There are festivals for everything including art, music, comedy and countless others. With the elevation of craft brewing, the purveyors of hops get into the festival game when the weather warms. The cost can be minimal with varied fun. Here’s what can be done at a festival.
* Browsing booths with oddities like an antique store with bright sunlight and fresh air.
* Finding local artists who present a new take on things witnessed on a daily commute around the city.
* Consuming the wares of fine chocolatiers, brewers and candy makers of all stripes.
Getting outside can be fun, open up new vistas of things for couples to do and spark conversation. Couples only need to step through the door into the sunshine. Out in the open, they can find whole new facets of their relationship.