What are YOUR favourite kinds of micro-adventures?

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      Sue Braiden
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      Not every kind of adventure has to be big to be truly epic. Sometimes it’s the small things we discover right in our own backyard that become the best springboards to mirth.

      Whether you landed here after reading the posting on “The case for micro-adventures, and getting out of your own way” or simply landed here serendipitously, the invitation remains the same: put your elbows on the kitchen table, girl, and tell us what some of YOUR favourite micro-adventures are!

      Whether or not it’s the necessity of budget, or the wisdom of small things, what kinds of things fuel your adventure diva soul?

      Sue.

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