Celebrate father’s day with these adventures

Celebrate father’s day with these adventures

There are a few moments that compare to that shared silence that occurs when you go fishing with your old man and only devote themselves to contemplating. There is certain happiness hidden in those small moments that remain for life. Any day is perfect to decide to call him, plan a father and son weekend and start the adventure. Here are some ideas for you to celebrate with him on his day or any other.

Go fishing
There are many incredible places in the United States to go and enjoy good fishing, whether it’s Martha’s Vineyard, the home of the oldest fishing tournament in the USA, California Delta with its warm and mild climate, hoping to catch a striped bass, catfish or black bass, or the Florida Keys where you’ll find a wide variety of species, the important thing is that you know how to value what matters, the time you’re going to give your dad.

Hike in the Yosemite National Park
Trekking will always be an ideal bonding experience and an incredible opportunity to engage in long conversations, as there will be no wifi, telephones or distractions nearby. Yosemite National Park is a wonderful destination with its gigantic sequoias, waterfalls and impressive landscapes that will leave you with memories to treasure forever.

A microbrewery tour in Portland
In the right measure and never in excess, a good pair of beers is usually a good starting point for a good conversation and will be the perfect excuse to catch up with your old man, sample refreshing IPAs, porters, and sour saisons. While Portland, Oregon gets plenty of plaudits as a beer city, Portland, Maine is home to the most microbreweries in the U.S. There are several tours you can do to go to several and get to know a little more about this culture.

Whichever way they go, remember to always have your Blikzone Roadside Assistance Kit, which always goes with you, handy.

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