1 "There's where we sat at the picnic," he reminded her.
2 Everybody was riding out Peachtree road to gather greenery and have a picnic and melon cutting.
3 Everybody was going to the picnic except her.
4 War would be a picnic if it wasn't for lice and dysentery.
5 Dazzled by these tales, freedom became a never-ending picnic, a barbecue every day of the week, a carnival of idleness and theft and insolence.
6 It was like a picnic for them to spend so long a visit with Aunt Melly.
7 Let's get up a picnic down the lake for this afternoon.
8 So the picnic of Carol, Fern, Erik, Cy Bogart, and the Dyers was not only moral but inevitable.
9 As they reached the picnic ground she perceived that it was dark, that they had been gone for a long time.
10 Cy says you had lots of fun at the picnic yesterday.
11 It was at the Baptist church supper, a week after the picnic, that she saw him again.
12 She had made it on a September day when she had been planning a picnic for Fern Mullins and Erik.
13 Mr. and Mrs. David Dyer, Mrs. Dyer's sister, Mrs. Jennie Dayborn of Jackrabbit, and Dr. Will Kennicott drove to Minniemashie on Tuesday for a delightful picnic.
14 I've been thinking about getting up an annual Community Day, when the whole town would forget feuds and go out and have sports and a picnic and a dance.
15 Anna's to drive us down in the Marshalls' delivery wagon, and we'll take a nice lunch and have a picnic.