A Picnic Plan
A nice picnic lunch, if done properly, can take the entire day. First there’s reaching one’s location: easy if you’ve got a backyard, not so easy if you don’t.
Enjoying the wonders of nature and entertaining oneself with a game or two is essential. Then there’s the actual lunch, followed by more games, and maybe a little lounging around before finally heading home. That’s an enjoyable, full trip, all on it’s own.
You Should Pack: Wicker Picnic basket Set
This set has everything you need for a fun picnic. Frisbee and food not included.
Take the Scenic Route
Sometimes the best part of the trip is the ride there, so why not just make that the trip? We’d hardly suggest an aimless, gas guzzling excursion, gas prices being what they are.
However, maybe there’s a nearby attraction you’ve always wanted to visit, or a slightly longer route to your favorite local haunt you can try?
You Should Pack: Thermos Nissan 14-Ounce Stainless-Steel Travel Tumbler
Road trips require having your own mobile cup, and this heavily insulated travel tumbler fits the bill.
If you’re a city dweller, or if you live near a large city and crave the glamor of those bright lights, then why not enjoy a day in the concrete jungle?
Visit a museum or a park, see the sights, pay far too much to eat at a fancy restaurant, it’s up to you! If you’re lucky, all the other city slickers will be crowding the malls or staying in and you’ll have the place to yourself! (Unlikely, though.)
You Should Pack: Patagonia Lightweight Travel Tote
City time is almost always walking time; travel light with this easy to pack, easy to carry tote.