If you and your date are feeling a bit landlocked then it's time to take your relationship offshore. What could be more romantic than canoeing down a slow moving river or gliding atop a mirror-still lake? With no more than the chirping of birds, the quiet splash of your oars and the comfortable conversation between you and your other half, canoeing poses a great way to reconnect with your partner while enjoying the beauty of nature around you.
On the other hand, if you find a slow crawl down a waterway to be boring then hop into a couple of kayaks and discover the thrill of swooshing through whitewater. A roaring river and splashing water are sure to enliven your date and leave you both feeling invigorated and ready for more.
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