Adventure comes in any size. Make it-the smaller, the better. One mini-adventure that I’ve practiced is to sleep on a hill, any hill. That’s right, leave your house and find a hill you want to sleep on for one night. You don’t need a bunch of gear or a lot of planning. You will need a bit of courage.
Scout on google maps a place you’d like to visit: pack enough warm clothing, a sleeping bag, and a ground cover. Recently I bought a sleeping bag at Walmart for $8 and a ground pad for $25. Make it simple, and go.
Here is the upside, friends. You can experience a new place or an old place in a new way. Keep your plan simple and close to home. I’ve slept in parking lots, behind a woodpile, on a dock in Alaska, in my suburban neighborhood. You can do this. Make it happen.