do u like spending more time at home or outdoors?

ABOURA N says:

pls give 3 reasons and each reasons 2 examples

mandie7409 says: outdoors - adventure ~ i like hiking & being in the woods ~ theres more things to do - canoing/kayaking, four wheeling, snowboarding/skiing, wake boarding, beach, etc. - exercise...

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Home harmonizing: Making outdoor entertaining areas as useful as indoors

(BPT) - The trend toward outdoor living spaces shows no signs of slowing, and the newest step in the trend is blurring the lines between outdoor and indoor spaces. Outdoor spaces are truly becoming an extension of indoors, mimicking the most useful and ...

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