With the exception of those hard core individuals, outdoor activities are about to change with the turn of the seasons. So, get outside and enjoy your last hike through the forest, rock climbing adventure, or mountain biking excursion. Soon, it will be snowboarding, skiing and snow shoeing season.
Enjoy the Remaining Nice Weather
It’s a time of year to remember all of the fun times had during the spring, summer and fall. Whether you enjoy fishing, camping, hiking, mountain climbing, swimming, etc., those activates will be more limited as we are confined to the indoors more. However, if you are adventurous like me, you will still be able to enjoy the outdoors.
For example, you could go ice fishing, snow shoeing, skiing, or hunting. However, be sure to bundle up as it does get more dangerous in the cold, icy weather soon to come our way.
That’s enough talk about cold weather… It’s not here quite yet. Right now is the time to plan one final camping / hiking adventure. The cooler fall weather and the changing of colors makes for a great adventure that is unique to this season.
Even if you are not set to go on another adventure, get the kids outside. The cooler weather can cause people to want to stay inside. Kids might want to watch T.V. or video games. There is plenty of time for this when the weather turns bad, but for now, get them outside!
It’s still nice enough to go for a bike ride, ride a skateboard or a Smart Balance Wheel, or just go play at the park. Before you know it, the snowflakes will be flying, and skateboarding of any kind will be out of the question. To my knowledge, there has not been an ice or snow skateboard invented.
Plan Some Winter Activities
Once the weather does begin to turn, remember that staying inside is not the only option. While it can be easier to just stay indoors, there is a lot of adventure to experience outside. Heck, even the younger kids can enjoy a snowball fight, or sledding down a hill.