Father's Day has rules -- OK, only one rule: Don't buy Dad a tie for Father's Day. Need a little help? Look no further. Take a look at these tips, and you'll navigate your way through another gift holiday with no problem. Let's focus on getting Dad something he'll really dig, something to show how much you appreciate him -- at any price point at which you currently may be.
Are you looking for something fun to do this Father's Day? Try these ideas. Visit the local zoo: Going to the zoo can be a great family outing as both parents and children can enjoy the exhibits. Walking around the zoo also provides a little bit of exercise for the day. Barbeque: Enjoy the June weather with a BBQ this Father's Day. Gather the family's favorite foods to toss on the grill and maybe even give dad a break and have someone else do the grilling.
For the do-it-yourself dad, Father's Day provides the perfect opportunity to stock the garage with a few new toys for his disposal. Chances are, he has all the stuff he needs to fix the sink or install a screen door, so start listening for any mention of a missing device or a piece of hardware in need of replacement.
Lots of dads love to grill. They're usually the ones in charge of the cooking, but this time let him sit back and relax while you prepare drool worthy dishes on the grill. Here are a couple BBQ recipes that all dads will love! Tropical Salmon BBQ What you need: