This is terrific. Thank you. Time to hike then! E-
This is awesome.
This is brilliant. Poster?
Best chart I’ve seen in awhile. Well done, sir.
But my question is: Is it necessarily a bad adventure if you died? It’s gonna happen to all of us right? Does that mean life was a bad adventure since it’s inevitably gonna end with death? Love it though.
Would love to make an animated video of this, with your permission and of course a credit? I’m from Adventure Bike TV
This is so, so, so wonderful. The kind of thing that makes great inspiration when you’re going through a dark patch. Thank you for writing it.
Can you make this on a shirt, I will buy it. Or three
A friend and partner in adventure struggles showed me this and we could both relate SO WELL! It kind of touches upon the entire concept of the different types of fun – in this case, this is a handy chart to determine if an adventure was of type 2 fun – ‘terrible’ when you do it, but awesome in retrospect because you did it…
I think it’s mostly about learning from these experiences that makes them adventures. So, if you didn’t die, it means it was a good adventure because you learned a valuable lesson from it! Something to never forget.
Would totally buy the shirt!
I have shared this on a group for Boy Scout Leaders. They are loving it! It perfectly distills the method of Scouting. Congratulations
In 2016 are we truly ‘ on the bus ‘ ?
If you don’t nearly die doing it, it’s probably not worth it. Well done!
Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.
My wife and I are joking about this all the time now… “But did you die…?” 🙂
I will buy the t-shirt too.
I really want to make just one copy of this, printed on fancy waterproof paper, to put up at the end of group hike. Seriously, may I have permission?
Hey Janice, of course! Have fun.
i want the shirt, too…can I print some for a local hiking group? Not to sell; just for 12 of us to wear on our adventures!
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