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What's your favorite thing to do when the weather is nice?

Asked by mangeons (12119 points ) May 3rd, 2012

Today it was 85 degrees and super nice outside, so I decided to go for a bike ride and occasionally stop to read in the shade. It was really great, and I’m glad I took advantage of the nice weather!

What do you do to enjoy a nice day?

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WestRiverrat's avatar

Fish, hunt.

Charles's avatar

Watch TV and eat potato chips.

tom_g's avatar

Can’t beat a walk in the woods.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Go outside and never come back in.

Symbeline's avatar

Go for a walk, or go sit by the river. Or both. But if it’s too hot, I avoid it.

Dutchess_III's avatar

@Symbeline No..if it’s hot you go sit IN the river!

bkcunningham's avatar

Everyday is nice here in Florida. We are praying for rain. I golf, swim, work in my flower garden, ride the golf cart, sit outside and watch the birds, go to the coast, play cards on the lanai, go to Disney…

cookieman's avatar

Well first, let’s define “nice”. For me, that means no humidity, breezy (even windy), sun is out, between 65F and 75F.

On those days, I like to walk in the city. Go to a park by the river. Go for a long drive with all the windows open, or nap under a tree.

Symbeline's avatar

@Dutchess_III Eeew gross. The river here looks pretty, (so did the ones in Winnipeg where I lived) but I know for a fact they’re pretty polluted. I’d never set foot in those. Might come out with half a head growing on my leg or something.

wundayatta's avatar

Go to the pool and cool down. Otherwise I putter in my garden. I might also go for a bike ride if I feel enough energy.

Blackberry's avatar

Hike or jog somewhere. There are plenty of nature scenes in NJ.

josie's avatar

Play golf.

jca's avatar

Lay on my deck with a magazine, glass of water and the phone. The cats go in and out and we enjoy ourselves immensely.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Ok. Sit by the lake and read while my husband fishes, and ifn it gets HOT go run in the lake and then come back and sit in my chair and commence running. Sure make you appreciate sunset, when the air cools off.

marinelife's avatar

Take a walk in the woods.

JLeslie's avatar

I loved being in my backyard with a screened in pool when I lived in FL.

Being in an open air shopping center to just walk around, maybe have some lunch.

Going to the beach.

tranquilsea's avatar

Picnic, bike ride, run.

ucme's avatar

Go out & make the most of it, because you can bet it’s not going to last long.

downtide's avatar

It used to be to go on a really long country walk with my dog. Now she’s too old and stiff to walk more than half an hour, I go on my own, take a camera, and aim to finish my walk at a nice country pub.

@ucme is right – days like that are a rarity here.

augustlan's avatar

Soak up some sun on my face. Not to get a tan (or burn, as I would), just to feel the light and warmth on my skin. It makes me happy.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

I like to swim really hard, until it burns and then lay in the sun and let it dry me off. So what the heck am I doing the the Northeast?

bkcunningham's avatar

When you get in the water in the Northeast and your body stings, it is called hypothermia, @Adirondackwannabe

Blackberry's avatar

Darn, I really want a convertible some day.

Skaggfacemutt's avatar

DISNEYLAND!!

Dutchess_III's avatar

Camp camp camp!

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

Garden, sunbathe, swim.

linguaphile's avatar

Run with my daughter through the sprinklers or go on a kayaking day-trip.

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