Spring into these activities as the weather warms

Niya Basha

Guest Writer

As the weather warms up a bit, there are many fun things to do in the spring. It’s a great time for young people to start something new or launch a new project.

For people who live in climates where spring can be rainy or muddy, finding outdoor activities can be a little more of a challenge. But, there are plenty of things you can encourage yourself to do so you do not grow bored and so you do not stay glued to your electronic devices.

Easter, picnic, camping, and outdoor activities are some of the best activities to do in spring.

The older you get, the less fun holidays seem to get. Instead of waking up early and thrilled to see what gifts were left by the Easter Bunny the night before, you have to drag yourself out of bed on a Sunday. Rather than tearing through the toys in your Easter basket with happiness, you’re responsible for filling them and you never get one of your own anymore. But that does not mean Easter cannot be fun anymore. You can still be creative with your egg hunting ideas and have fun with your grown up friends.

Going for picnics is also a great thing to do. Take advantage of the warmer weather and go on a picnic because the snow will be here again before you know it. Camping is a very fun thing to do in spring as well.

Whether you’re roughing it in a tent or taking it easy in a cabin, you can find the perfect spot for camping. State forests and state parks offer a variety option for campers.

For people interested in gardening and farming, a touch of green will get you into spring. Humans are not the only ones embracing the warmer days—animals are too. Take your dog for a walk; they will enjoy it more than you. If you have been tempted to try an outdoor sport, now is the time to sign up and get fit this spring.

For MNSU students, spring is when summer 2018 registration opens, so anyone wanting to take summer classes, this is the time to consider.

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