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Head to the store and buy some vanilla ice cream and your favorite toppings.
Drive around to some local yard sales and see what you end up with.19. If you don’t have a bike, check the classifieds for a great deal.
My husband and I moved to the Pacific Northwest 2 years ago, but it has been a part of our relationship for much longer than that.
Before we ever started dating, we were traveling with a group to Lynden, WA every year to work at a summer camp together.
Find a free (or very cheap) class and take it together39. Drive up to the highest point in your city, spread out a blanket, and then gaze up at the stars42. Teach each other something You probably know something your partner doesn’t and they probably know how to do something you don’t. Go through your old yearbooks Tell your partner all about your high-school days.52. See how creative you can get Take turns planning dates that have a limit.54. A book club for two Select a book, check out a copy for each of you from the library and then discuss it as you go.56.
Find out what tours businesses in your city offer and try one out.34. Do a breakfast date Breakfast is the least expensive meal option (and tastiest if you ask me).36. This is the perfect opportunity to teach each other44.
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Their solution is quarter night at the Cheap Seats discount theater—"two tickets, a large popcorn, and a goodie bag all for 25 cents." Or course, they also got a few other things thrown in the deal, like a mysterious infestation and a homeless man squatting in the theater.
Play hide and seek in a corn field (or the woods)8.
Go on a very long walk around your neighborhood at night9. Bowl Most bowling alleys have specials and fun things like black-light bowling with loud music.15. Go to the hardware store Wander around, and dream of everything you would do to your house if money was no object.
Find recipes from some of your favorite cookbooks or cooking websites, create a menu, and have a lovely meal at home.50.