Too Cold For A Night Out On The Town? 5 Awesome Date Ideas for a Wintry Night

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When it’s eighty degrees at 7 p.m. you can take your date on a long walk through the city, just strolling along and figuring it out as you go. You can hang out at the beach, go on a picnic, and go see a baseball game and sit in the sun. It’s not so easy when you’re covering up your awesome date outfit with a Michelin man jacket or a parka and it’s thirty degrees outside. We all want to hibernate in the winter, unless you’re a pro snowboarder or something. In that case, freezing days and nights are when you come alive. The rest of us tend to hole up.

If you find yourself facing a date on a cold, wintry night, you don’t have to postpone. There are plenty of things you can do spontaneously, without having to plan weeks in advance (like for that snowboarding trip). So embrace the season and try one of these ideas if you’re in a jam – they’re simple but always fun.
Too Cold For A Night Out On The Town? 5 Awesome Date Ideas for a Wintry Night
Image Credit: Jo Ann Snover / Shutterstock.com
When it’s eighty degrees at 7 p.m. you can take your date on a long walk through the city, just strolling along and figuring it out as you go. You can hang out at the beach, go on a picnic, and go see a baseball game and sit in the sun. It’s not so easy when you’re covering up your awesome date outfit with a Michelin man jacket or a parka and it’s thirty degrees outside. We all want to hibernate in the winter, unless you’re a pro snowboarder or something. In that case, freezing days and nights are when you come alive. The rest of us tend to hole up.

If you find yourself facing a date on a cold, wintry night, you don’t have to postpone. There are plenty of things you can do spontaneously, without having to plan weeks in advance (like for that snowboarding trip). So embrace the season and try one of these ideas if you’re in a jam – they’re simple but always fun.
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