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  • author ( 74, woman | Cornville, AZ, USA )

    Something simple. Coffee, hike, lunch, etc. "meet and greet" is not a committment but an important step in establishing whether to move forward or not. Chemistry is not manufactured. It either happens or it doe...  see more >>

  • author ( 74, woman | Kansas City, MO, USA )

    Friendship and getting to know each other-maybe a drink or a cup of coffee at a nice restaurant or coffee house.

  • author ( 70, woman | Springfield, OH, USA )

    I think a casual meeting is best for the first time that way neither party feels pressured to spend an entire afternoon or evening if there is not "spark." Coffee, a walk, a social hour at a pub all sound perfe...  see more >>

  • author ( 74, man | Patagonia, AZ, USA )

    With me, anything is possible. How 'bout a picnic on one of the peaks behind my house to watch weather rolling in across 4 mtn. ranges and the San Rafael Valley. Or sundown from Windy point over Tucson. I like lunch in a...  see more >>

  • author ( 74, man | Oakdale, CA, USA )

    I love to meet people, just over coffee, or go on a trail ride, spend time talking, I guess I have reached that point in life where a good conversation with NO expectations is life at its best. Sometimes an unexpected ac...  see more >>

  • author ( 71, woman | Burnet, TX, USA )

    My idea of a "comfortable" first date would be to meet at a nearby museum or art gallery. If we are comfortable with each other, then we could go for a snack or cup of coffee.

  • author ( 74, woman | Bend, OR, USA )

    For me, a first date would be in a field of horses, a dog show. But for the "normal" person, I guess a coffee shop, a book store, whatever is comfortable for both of us.

  • author ( 77, man | Bellingham, WA, USA )

    Mt Meadows filled with wildflowers having a picnic by a Pristine Mt Lk with views of Hanging Glaciers & Mt Goats balancing on sheer cliffs while eating fresh sourdough bread, bria cheese, and a glass of Merlot wine & jus...  see more >>

  • author ( 71, man | Irvine, CA, USA )

    What to do on a first date? How about dinner and a movie? Actually I guess it depends upon the distance doesn't it? Horsing around is always fun!

  • author ( 77, woman | Lake Placid, NY, USA )

    Once we get to know each other I think the first date plan will naturally evolve out of that. It feels artificial to come up with a plan before you have a sense of a person and what they might like. For me it could be di...  see more >>

  • author ( 70, woman | Grants Pass, OR, USA )

    Interactive activities are important to me in the early stages - I like to meet for lunch and depending on the weather, include a walk in the park, a few games of pool, cribbage or cards... Going to an event at the eques...  see more >>

  • author ( 70, woman | Cortaro, AZ, USA )

    a gentleman someone who has a sense of humor, loves god family and animals. Easy to talk too and enjoys be who he is a good worker loves the country life and knows about cattle, know that a hard days work is not in an of...  see more >>

  • author ( 70, woman | Grants Pass, OR, USA )

    Something we both enjoy doing, anything from coffee to a horse expo or rodeo, to ... we can decide together. So there is no financial expectations, this first one we treat ourselves.

  • author ( 71, woman | Cary, NC, USA )

    First date involves meeting my horse. If he gives me the approval,we're good. Hiking with or without horse good. Fun restaurant

  • author ( 72, woman | Grants Pass, OR, USA )

    It would be a wonderful afternoon out if we could have nice quiet lunch at a cute little cafe so we would be able to visit for a few hours or maybe just hop on the horses with a sack lunch.