"I talk with a lot of people who have dreams of hiking the Appalachian Trail or backpacking Europe but they don’t have the time, money, or experience. They see it as an either/or proposition; either I can have these big adventures or I have to sit and wait until I can.
I’m a big advocate of micro-adventuring, which is going out there and doing these adventurous activities in a way that’s much more accessible. Not being able to climb Everest doesn’t mean that you can’t do anything right now, and taking up hiking isn’t accepting that you’ll never climb that mountain. It’s simply doing what you can, where you are, with what you’ve got"
- Wade E., 33
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