About Another Wacky Adventure
My wife and I love adventures. Traveling to distant lands, going to the theatre, visiting a local Renaissance faire, watching a parade — anything that shows us a special part of our world.
For us, all our adventures are romantic; they are shared experiences that bring us closer together. We like to find our own way, to have a sense of discovery, to be on our own. Sure, we may miss something that tour groups see, but we find things that tour groups aren’t able to see, and those things become special for us.
We were once on Maui driving in our rental car and stopped behind a tour bus at a waterfall. We climbed down the hill and swam in the pool beneath the falls. The folks on the tour bus took a few photographs of us, then dutifully boarded the bus and left. I’m sure they heard the history of the falls, the gallons per minute, etc.
We swam in the falls.
And we still have a memory of it. That small adventure added to our lives a happy memory we share.
And it was on that very island of Maui where my wife and I climbed into our convertible the day after our wedding and I looked at her and said, “Off on another wacky adventure.”
And the idea stuck.
We hope, dear reader, that you enjoy our adventures and are inspired to create your own.
“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.” Martin Buber, The Legend of the Baal-Shem.