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Daily Question: Let’s Go on an Adventure


Daily Question by Thought Questions

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I think everyone should experience an adventure at least once.

I know the word “adventure” is vague, and each person has their own definition of what an “adventure” is.  And that’s the beauty of it, because what I may not find as being an “adventure” may be the biggest adventure to someone else.

So, I think that everyone, at least once, should go on their own version of an adventure.

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What do you think everyone should experience at least once?

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  1. I have more adventures to experience. But, would have to say parenthood. It’s the adventure that has no end, is completely unpredictable, and is rewarding beyond description. Also I would add two experienced as a child. 1) Multi-week sailing cruises with family to ports along Lake Huron and Lake Michigan 2) Hiking through the wilderness with my sixth-grade classmates back to our cabin. We were dropped off several miles from the camp our school was staying at for the week. We had just a compass and primitive map to guide us back. It poured a cold — sometimes torrential — rain the entire day. My group got so lost. Eventually, school personnel had to come and find us. http://kateschannel.wordpress.com/2012/05/10/college-life-replays-print-journalism-lesson-1-go-for-it/

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    • How cool! Did your school plan that? Like was it a school activity where you had to find your way home? That sure sounds like an adventure!

      Quick question, are you from MI? I am and I have a cottage on Lake Huron. Absolutely love it up there!

      Thanks for your answer, Kate!

      🙂

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  2. Being completely and utterly terrified.

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