Julie and I are queens of finding adventures and they don't have to be big ones like riding a zip line in the jungles of the Amazon.
It's those little mysteries that can end up being the most unique experiences.
Here's how we go about finding worthy mysteries in a wide variety of ways -
small town antique shops
It never fails that Julie and I are plotting a road trip in Arizona and we enter nearly-abandoned mining towns and out of the way small places where the local antique or rock shop has the most unusual finds.
It is amazing what you can find in small town antique shops and thrift stores. People come and go in the town and leave behind their items and they are almost always very unique. One town shop we like to visit carries lots of old books out of print about archaeology and rocks. It's a dream bunch of finds for me! And another town has old rusted mining equipment from their heyday of industry.
In these odd COVID times, you might get inventive with Zoom or Skype to gather a group together to play a murder mystery game or tell scary stories in the dark with candles aglow.
If all else fails, build a blanket fort, insert lots of pillows, and curl up and watch adventure-oriented movies or cartoons like Jonny Quest and Scooby Doo!