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  • #18591
    Cassel
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    PICNIC
    In May, our monthly theme is PICNIC.

    Let’s play our monthly alphabet game.

    Let’s find various articles, food or places that we can associate with a picnic

    Let’s go!

    #18595
    Dianne
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    A = Ants, which is what I seem to have most of at a picnic.

    #18661
    Dianne
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    Did my ants scare away the picnic guests?

    How about something tasty to eat.

    B = bread

    #18662
    Cassel
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    C = Cloth (we have to sit on something!)

     

    #18666
    Sheila Hogg
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    D = Deck chairs, something more comfortable to sit in and get up from for us oldies.

    #18667
    Dianne
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    e = easy edibles such as eggs

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by Dianne.
    #18670
    Michele
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    F ~ Frankfurters

    #18671
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Sometimes you have a Grill. We always offer thanks, say Grace.

    Grill

    Grace

    #18674
    Dianne
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    H = hamburgers

    #18682
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Ice…gotta have cold drinks and keep food from spoiling!

    #18685
    Sheila Hogg
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    J = Juices, all flavours with ice in them to make them lovely and cold.

    #18686
    Michele
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    K = Ketchup for all those hamburgers and hot dogs.

    #18687
    Jan Wilson
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    L= is for Lettuce to go in the salads and on other foods

    #18693
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    melons…watermelon, cantaloupe, etc.

    #18694
    Dianne
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    • 391
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    n = napkins

    #18695
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    oranges, onion, oatmeal raisin cookies, Oreos

    #18696
    Jan Wilson
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    P = pepper (and salt) for a bit of seasoning

    #18697
    Michele
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    Q = Quinoa salad

    #18698
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    river, rain, running

    #18721
    Mary Klepac
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    S – Sandwiches and ‘skeeters!

    #18722
    Sheila Hogg
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    T = Tupperware. Picnics would not be the same without good old Tupperware to keep your sarnies in good shape.

    #18725
    Dianne
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    U – umbrella, to keep us cool in the shade

    #18746
    Annie Tobin
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    V = Vegemite, a must on the picnic table here in Australia! The kids would feel deprived if we didn’t have it, 🙂

    #18749
    Dianne
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    W = watermelon…cool and refreshing on a warm summer day; or, failing that, have some

    w= water and keep hydrated

    #18752
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    I even cheated and Googled picnic words beginning with X. There seem to be none unless you use words from languages other than English.

    How about eXtra mayonnaise?

    #18753
    Michele
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    Y = Yellow Mustard

    Bonnie, I always love eXtra mayo LOL

    #18755
    Dianne
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    z = zucchini as vegetable, bread, or muffins

     

    eXtra mayo seems fine with me too.

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