Texas hot is no joke. Between wedding events, we had two-hours to kill. Perfect micro-adventure window. My son and I agreed that our two options were going to see a movie (lame and predictable) or find the weirdest pool we can locate. Google found this small neighborhood pool, Texas Pool on the Creek, in the shape of Texas. Perfect match.
I always think of Jim Carrey from Yes Man visiting a chicken factory in Nebraska. Adventure is everywhere you look.
Neither of us had proper swim trunks. We improvised. No towels. We air dried. $10 each and thirty minutes of cool soaking. The point is that if we can find a small adventure in the middle of summer in Plano, TX…you can too.
Here are a few ideas to get you thinking
- Where would you take guests visiting from another country, the most unique, the most local, outside of their normal?
- What have you always said you’d do, but haven’t?
- If you treated every day like a mini-adventure, what would you go investigate and explore?