Simple Ways To Have A Little Summer Adventure
To me, adventure has always been the connections and bonds you create with people when you’re there. And you can have that anywhere. – Bear Grylls, Adventurer
Bear Grylls’ Summer “to-do list” for Adventurers
Looking for a little summer adventure? A couple of years ago, Bear Grylls (from “Running Wild with Bear Grylls) launched a “Summer Manifesto” challenging every child to accept his challenge for summer adventure.
The summer break is the perfect opportunity for fun, challenge, and adventure. It’s a time for kids to get outdoors, build forts, learn a new skill, make new friends and have a little freedom to discover who they are.
I’m sure we all could use a little adventure, and a little fun, so let’s follow his summer to-do list by trying to incorporate the following:
Spend a night under the stars: This can be in your own backyard or as part of group camp out.
Learn a new skill: This could be anything; learning to surf, riding a bike, learning how to fish, create art, or play an instrument.
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