54, Man | United States, California, San Francisco
78, Man | United States, Illinois, Saint Charles
Lots of talking and getting to know eachother by the fire pit
72, Woman | Canada, Ontario, Toronto, mid core
What can one do? Go for a walk, have a coffee in the park, then perhaps a champagne picnic.
58, Man | Australia, Queensland, Goondiwindi
Just to have fun i would give that opportunity to the beautiful lady i may meet as I am easy going
57, Woman | United States, Montana, Helena
A walk or hike in the trails and a nice picnic. Or a nice good walk to a nearest restaurant with a casual dinning environment.
53, Woman | United States, Washington, Renton
best date i think would be go for walk ! Easy. Right ? If match is right we could articulate with our conversation progresses. If you are an interesting person and have found a fun person to spend time with, rest assured that a walk about town will be just fine. :-)
60, Woman | United States, Massachusetts, Boston
Walk or bike one of the local bike paths -- or walk around a pond.
68, Woman | United States, Maryland, Baltimore
In Covid world, an outdoor walk sounds great!
70, Man | United States, California, Berkeley, East Bay parks, shoreline walks
When a pandemic isn't raging I tend to favor coffee dates, or lunch if we both agree things seem promising enough. But in a period of social distancing and difficult dining out, I've gravitated to walk and talks, which are very pleasant too, though a tad more mysterious than I'd prefer because you only see a person's eyes and hair! Whoever said "May you live in interesting times" didn't anticipate COVID dating...
67, Woman | United States, Arizona, Prescott
One idea would be to take a walk while getting to know one another.
Meet for lunch.
56, Woman | United States, Maryland, Bowie
I'd like to meet somewhere public to begin our acquaintence. A park, lunch (somewhere that's open).
85, Man | United States, Pennsylvania, Lansdale, Valley Forge Historical National Park
I feel safe in the outdoors. There is a paved path through the park on which it is wonderful to walk in the sun. There are some wooded hiking trails on Mt Joy and Mt Misery as well as a long the north shore of the Schuykill River. We can picnic or chat over wine and cheese.
63, Woman | United States, South Carolina, Rock Hill
I am interested in meeting active, local people for friendship. I feel that a solid friendship is the most important foundation for any future relationship, including a committed partnership/romantic relationship. Due to the pandemic, I would like to interact online at this time.
70, Man | United States, Arizona, Buckeye
Love the outdoors and think it enhances good honest conversation.
Dog walking along the Lancashire coast, Arnside, B Pool,
We could go to Starbucks or walk dogs together .
For me, a good first date would be strolling in nature be it a park with grass and cultivated trees or along a river edge where we have to walk carefully. I want to enjoy God's creation while getting to know you and letting you get to know me. Maybe having a picnic but nothing fancy or perhaps watching an outdoor performance or sitting at a riverside cafe and drinking a beverage while talking about books, movies, and things to do with family and friends. I want a first date to be light and casual with no expectations but enjoyable in itself so even if we don't hit it off, we won't say, "well, that was a waste of time."
68, Man | Depends on location
I think first date should be like a meeting to see if want to meet agin. Maybe a lunch or dinner and if things go well from there take a walk to learn more about your date.
66, Woman | hillside or sea side
We walk to a place where we are sheltered from the wind(so we can hear each other speak) - we have a piknik, enjoy the view - and learn about each other. After the piknik, we can watch the sun set - or the moon come through the clouds, and light our way. I'd hang on your every word. I'd answer your questions, and ask you my questions. If it is a beach, I hope you'd join me at the waters edge; and splash about.