Summer Activities - Let's see what summer
activities we can find on the Internet...
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During the summer months, most people enjoy spending time
in the sun, then they rush back inside to the cool AC. Let's see
what summer activities we can find on the Internet.
The summer is the perfect time to get out your bicycle and
hit the roads. At iBIKE.com, you'll discover resorts that offer
great deals on biking, trail maps, and even a section where you
can ask repair questions.
Tennis is another excellent summer activity. Visit Tennis
Magazine Online for weekly tennis tips, an instruction hotline,
fitness articles, and a list of tennis resorts and camps.
For a wonderful listing of websites about kites, visit
Rollerblade.com offers anything and everything you want
to know about inline skates, including a directory of skate parks,
schools, and instructors. Learn the latest rollerblade technology,
or gets tips on how to get started.
Are you going to the beach this summer? Before your trip,
be sure to visit Sand Castle Tips for Beginners. Learn how to build
towers, walls, and arches several feet tall out of sand and water,
then combine those structures to create other structures.
At the Yellow Pages of Swimming, you'll find categories
such as diving, water polo, and coaching/research. Click on any
of the categories to find link after link of swimming-related websites.
If it's too hot to stay outdoors, you may want to interest
yourself in a good movie. At The Internet Movie Database, you'll
have access to information on over 150,000 movies.
Baseball fans need to head over to The Official Site of
Major League Baseball, then click on Fun & Games for a variety of
online baseball- related games. Games include Ballpark Vendor, Batting
Practice, and Relief Pitcher.
During the heat of the day, it's fun to curl up in an easy
chair and read a good book. If you enjoy discussing the books you've
read with others, you may want to join Book Chatter, where members
decide which book to read each month. Discussion questions are provided,
and the members can post messages to the online bulletin board.
For summer time food ideas, visit Mealtime Ideas by Pillsbury.
You'll find seasonal recipes for sweets, such as Frozen Key Lime
Torte or Coconut Crunch Pretzel Bars. Or, glance through their Summer
Pasta Pleasures for recipes like Creamy Broccoli Pasta Salad or
Tuna Salad Italiano.
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