Something to do with the warm air, the verdant backdrop, the almost total lack of pressure and excessive spending that attend other date locales and activities.
I have no choice but to conclude that parks are the ideal summer date location.
So take your special someone to your city’s best park this weekend. Here are ten activities to consider once you arrive: WTF is that? People have hidden tiny containers all over the world and uploaded the coordinates of their “caches” to a database.
He scoffed at the notion: “My kids have the best backyard in the world — it’s called Central Park.” Fast forward to present day, and, well, yeah. It’s downright sickening to a bachelor such as myself.
Plus: Your Summer Bucket List: 25 Places You Simply Must Hook Up In To wit, let me share some assorted observations from a recent run at sundown.
An especially productive five-minute period yielded the following: Plus: 50 Places To Make Out Before You Die And I do solemnly swear that all of that actually happened.
Frankly, with the exception of the proposal (that was a first), I see the same sights nearly everyday.
Download the app on your Smart Phone and it will serve as your guide. Or share one, if you guys are “at that level.” I recommend the most dilapidated pushcart you can find. Most have a full calendar of concerts during summer months. Do it out of opaque cups of some kind so the local law enforcement has no excuse to apprehend you.
Being thrifty is an integral part of the park-going experience. Bring portable speakers and a deck of playing cards.
Plus: What Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor Says About You To A Date Once the domain of a only a very exclusive coterie of expensive-camera-wielding artsy types, the recent boom of photography apps like Instagram and Hipstamatic now allows anyone with an i Phone and a lack of self-consciousness to document their adventures with photos that could adorn a trendy restaurant’s walls. Once that warm cocoon of inebriation creeps up your limbs and you start to exchange darting glances through blushes at one another, proceed to item #9.
The brochures may also be ordered or you may pick up a copy at the Pulaski County Visitors Center.
If you would like to print the brochure in black and white, go to File, Print, Preference, Print/Quality and click on black and white.
Years ago, I remember speaking with a friend whose family had transplanted to New York City from my small hometown in Colorado.
I remember expressing great concern over the fact that his kids were growing up without a proper backyard. My only disclaimer would be this: the place is absolutely crawling with blissful couples.