"Adventures" Blogs & Blog Posts

In search of a life less ordinaryIn search of a life less ordinary

Looking to find a different way of living, I headed overseas in the summer ...

 
Bier (Beer) AdventuresBier (Beer) Adventures

So you like Beer? Do you like adventures? Well this is the site for you

 
Tales from Whiskey-VilleTales from Whiskey-Ville

All about sex, and dating in the modern age. Who are we? We're your ne...

 


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The spelunkers of Deep Freedom visited the deepest cave pit in the continental United States—the Fantastic Pit in Walker County, Georgia— and did what all of us would do in this situation: they dropped a rock down and listened to it hit the botto...

It's hard to imagine that these sorts of enormous, human-made mines, this one with 60' ceilings, exist all over the world. It's equally hard to believe that extensive cave systems, this one filled with many different types of crystal formations, also...

A barefoot four-year-old managed to sneak out his mother's keys and take her car for a spin in the town of Utrecht, Netherlands. But his big-boy adventure ended when he crashed into two parked cars. The tot, wearing pajamas, then wandered away from t...

In 1965, Brian Robson of Cardiff, Wales was stuck in Melbourne, Australia, working at a job he hated, terribly homesick, and lacking the cash to get a ticket home. So with the assistance of two friends, he was packed into a 36" x 36" x 24" wooden cra...

While closed due to the pandemic, the owners of J&M Jewelers in Macomb County, Michigan came up with a new way to make money. They buried $1 million in jewelry, coins, antiques, and gold and silver bars across the state and anyone can pay to sig...

Every year, adventurous (and oft-unprepared) hikers who are fans of Jon Krakauer's book "Into the Wild" (1996) or the move based upon it have attempted the treacherous 20 mile trek on Alaska's Stampede Trail to the abandoned bus where Chris McCandles...

Every year, adventurous (and oft-unprepared) hikers who are fans of Jon Krakauer's book "Into the Wild" (1996) or the move based upon it attempt the treacherous 20 mile trek on Alaska's Stampede Trail to the abandoned bus where Chris McCandless found...