Tim Moss is another pioneer of helping people find the adventures in everyday life; thus he calls them Everyday Adventures.
Editor’s note: As always we like to post stories of peoples dreams and their adventure to turn those dreams into reality. In this case, it is the adventure of storytelling.
I have had many impromptu interviews all over the world, including the Fitness Guru on Sirius Radio and Around the World Radio.
If you didn’t know, I rode a bicycle around the world, and the most popular question was: “How did you ride a bike across the ocean?” My favorite joke was to say: “I just put extra air in the tires.” Now the joke has come true.
Dave Adam is biking across most of the country in memory of his father and grandfather who died from Alzheimer’s to help raise awareness.
While adventure cycling, your highs become higher, your lows become lower, you sweat on the climbs and you chill on the descent.
What better way to have a backyard adventure than to grow a garden? Here is my new “Grow Food NOT Grass” sign that I made
When my girlfriend found out I qualified to be a Martian astronaut she wasn’t supportive. “Honey, just think, we could have the first Martian babies ever!” and other funny things people say.
I have had my website about the Argonauts for 15 years today. The myth of the Argonauts is one of the first western adventure stories
705 Mars astronaut candidates remain for the Mars One mission to colonize Mars. Scott Stoll is one of them. It’s a one-way trip.
In case you didn’t hear, I made round 2.5 of the Mars One project and my quest to be the first person to bicycle two planets. Listen to my NPR interview.
10 years later and this is still the most amazing image I have ever seen, the most faraway reaches of our universe ever photographed. In this tiny pinprick of one of the darkest regions of the sky, are 10,000 galaxies.