Adventurous People

I'm starting a new series! I'm pleased to introduce Adventurous People, a series of interviews with, well, people who lead adventurous lives. So what exactly defines an Adventurous Person?

Adventurous Person -- s.o. who has a propensity for exploring new places, learning new things, meeting new people, and generally have no two days alike.

That said, you don't necessarily have to currently be leading a life that most people would consider adventurous to be an Adventurous Person. At the first opportunity life throws at you, you take the more adventurous, new and exciting path.

I am looking for people to interview! If you qualify as an Adventurous Person, you should contact me (my email can be found on my profile).

Maybe you're a bush pilot in Alaska, or a missionary in India, or naval officer on a submarine, or an engineer on an Air Force Base, or live in a tree house in the Amazon. Maybe you're a high-tech nomad that travels across the country on a motorcycle, or live in a Soviet missile silo in Lithuania! Your stories and adventures would be read by hundreds of people; this blog receives over a thousand hits a month. Stories are the single most effective means of inspiring All Ducks In A Row People to become Adventurous People. And, lets be honest here. Everyone needs at least a few ducks out of line.


Anonymous said...

Thought for the day: Someone who is adventurous INSTEAD of having all their ducks in a row will never be as satisfied as someone who is adveturous BECAUSE of having all their ducks in a row.

Anonymous ;)

DTH Rocket said...


I see what you're saying, but that's not exactly how I meant that. I was picturing someone having all their ducks in a row as someone who can't stand "out of the ordinary." Someone who likes their 9-5 job at the office... you get my drift. I guess I didn't really mean people who make plans and stick with them.

Thanks for the comment!