The Next Adventure

I've had some wonderful adventures over the past few years; deserted islands, ridiculous road trips, countries and cultures far far away, etc. I really like the little routine I've sort of fallen into, with not much time passing before I get to embark on one adventure or another. I love where they take me and the feeling of freedom they instill. I also love sharing my experiences, both through this blog, and just in talking to be people when I return. The question I get asked most, though, is "what is the next adventure?"

It is a hard one to answer. For one, I never know what opportunities fate will throw my way. Usually, it seems, the time between learning of those opportunities and taking advantage of them is very short, so when faced with the question, I generally have to honestly answer that I don't know. It is fun to discuss the possibilities. The way the question is usually framed reinforces in my mind that anything is possible. If I wanted, I could decide to ride a camel across the Sahara or maybe deliver solar panels to remote jungle villages*. Having that sense of freedom reinforced is a good thing. On the flip side, however, the question usually feels like it is laced with a bit of expectation. What can I say that won't let people down? Perhaps it is all in my head, but it is something I've noticed more and more.

Anyway, an opportunity for my next adventure has presented itself and I've decided to grab on. Since I don't have all the details yet (and I love adding a sense of suspense), I've created this little teaser to give a clue to my what my next adventure will be. What fun would it be if I just came out and told you?

So stay tuned to BdW for what should prove to be another wacky adventure.
Saturday December 15 2007File under: travel

Toggle Comments (5)comment?
on Sat 15th Dec, 2007 07:47 pm PST Sweet Julie said:
Wow! You are going to cook for the Mexican Board of Tourism's traveling circus?! Esta bien que tu hablas espanol!
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on Sat 15th Dec, 2007 10:49 pm PST MOM said:
OOO, that daisy-farting bus is way-cool!
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on Sun 16th Dec, 2007 07:09 am PST Nesbitt said:
You are going to cook jugglers in a bus and then escape to Mexico???
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on Sun 16th Dec, 2007 09:01 am PST Andrew said:
shit. this one is hard. what is the quadratic equation again? please excuse my dear aunt sally?
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on Mon 17th Dec, 2007 08:07 pm PST Sarah said:
I've heard that Mexican circus performers are always hungry for some Top Ramen. You'll be great!
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