Picnic Checklist

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  • Make sure it's in a place you are allowed to be, such as a public campground or park.
  • Bring a light jacket in case of wind or unexpected rain.
  • This is to provide shade from the sun.
  • For both hands and any equipment that might get dirty.
  • If you are picnicking until evening.
  • If you have any large bowls or containers to clean, it's good to have.
  • In case there is no public restroom, or the facilities don't have enough toilet paper.
  • Band-Aids, antibiotic ointment, and ;alcohol ;swabs are essential to have in case of minor injuries.
  • These be filled with a variety of meats, cheeses and extras. Easy to pack and eat with virtually no clean-up involved.
  • Granola bars, trail mix, dried fruit and nuts are good for sweet snacking.
  • Regular mixed greens, cole-slaw and potato salad are all picnic favorites.
  • Cut up carrot sticks, peppers, cucumbers and other vegetables for snacking and dipping.
  • Bring packets of mayo, ketchup, mustard, salad dressings.
  • For dessert and all day snacking, fruits like watermelon will also keep you hydrated throughout the day.
  • If your picnic spot is at a park or location with trails for these purposes.
  • Go for a walk or hike. Dress appropriately!
  • For ;leisurely ;picnic reading and relaxation.
  • For the artistically inclined.
Scores 4.76 with 370 votes

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