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Spring fever is in full swing. You hardly need an excuse to go outside, but in case you do, here are some suggestions. These ideas can be romantic or just plain fun. Whatever your sweetheart or sweet group of friends are in the mood for.
Make and fly kites. It’s something different that allows you to be creative and get that blood pumping.
Touch football. Nothing better than a bit of competition on a Saturday afternoon. Gather your friends or family and run wild.
Rollerblading. It seems old school, but it’s a great form of exercise and transportation that doesn’t involve sitting or harming the environment. Pick a park (there’s more than a few in Columbia) and end it with a picnic.
Cookout. It’s a great way to get all of the people close to you together. It’ll really begin to feel like spring when the charcoal scent fills the air.
Fishing. If you’re someone who can stand the silence and enjoy a view, this might be a perfect outdoor activity for you. It’s a great time to sit and contemplate life…or doze off and wait for a bite. Your choice.
Obviously there are thousands (yes, literally, thousands) of things to do in the great outdoors. But these might be ones that you haven’t done in a while or haven’t done at all. Columbia’s outdoors has the potential to entertain almost anyone all season long. So turn off the TV and take advantage of it for a few hours.
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