Question Fun # 4 – Adventuring


Question Fun # 4 – Adventuring

Question Fun – Adventuring+


Rory has asked some more fun questions…this time about travel and adventure.  We can answer them any way we want! Thanks, Rory!

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What are five [in your eyes only] top quality Adventure films?

Here are some movies I’ve enjoyed watching, just because they have actors I like in them, or have a funny story.

Cast Away …

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure …

African Queen …

The Goonies …

Adventures in Babysitting …

[Please provide links and say why you think they are]

What would be your ideal Adventure [not holiday – Adventure]

Going Geochaching in different places. I’ve only done one here in town, and it was fun to find.

If you were planning your Adventure of a Lifetime which is the best season for you to go?

In the Fall/Autumn would be the best time to go, because winter is too cold and summer is too hot.

What kind of activities do you enjoy doing and what would you never do?

My kind of activities are going to yard sales…a great weekend adventure!

I’d never do anything that included sports or physical trials.

If you could live anywhere in the world for a year out of the answers below, where would you choose?

In a Castle – too big and cold

Under the Sea – too fishy

In a Forest – 🙂 🙂 Just right!

In a Dungeon – too dangerous

On an Alien Planet – I already do live on an alien planet (my home is in the stars)

On the side of an Active Volcano – too hot

What are three great adventure quotes?

One way to get the most out of life is to look upon it as an adventure. ~ William Feather

It is like a voyage of discovery into unknown lands, seeking not for new territory but for new knowledge. It should appeal to those with a good sense of adventure. ~  Frederick Sanger

Instead of trying to make your life perfect, give yourself the freedom to make it an adventure, and go ever upward. ~ Drew Houston

America is named after? Amy, Mary & Erica

Who reached North America first out of the following people’s?

Spanish, British, Vikings, Portuguese – The aliens from other worlds…they left monuments and crop circles

What was Christopher Columbus’s aim of  his second voyage to the New world? – It was Groundhog day – he was doomed to do it over.

What happened to the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan? – No one could spell it right, so they changed it to Our Capital Town – OTC

What was the most exciting Adventure you have ever been on? – Moving to Japan & Germany

Where in the world have you had the most fun exploring as an adult? – Flea Markets, Thrift Stores, Yard Sales

When in Rome, one does as the Roman’s do, however When on a Sandy Beach,  one does ……….. ? – Look for pretty shells

Whilst out and about exploring on an adventure, what is the most scariest thing that has happened to you? – Getting teleported to a completely different place in the blink of an eye, It wasn’t really scary – just strange.

Of the following choices which would you prefer to explore?

A sunken city – There are probably fish involved, so No!

A lost city – If it’s lost, how would I be there to explore it? But, I’d choose this one I suppose. I could look for ghosts.

A forgotten city – Same as if it was lost

An uninhabited island – If it is uninhabited then I wouldn’t be there either, otherwise it would be habited?

Why did you pick your option above, what appealed? – I was thinking of abandoned towns, and the lost spirits and ghosts of all the former citizens.

Would you rather swim with sharks or dolphins? – Neither…they live in the sea – with fish!!! No way!!!

What’s the worst piece of travel advice you have ever received? – Pack light … no such thing for me, and I can cram a lot of stuff into one suitcase, believe me!

What’s the best piece of travel advice you have ever received? – Can’t remember any

What is on the top of your bucket list? – Don’t have one

Best musical track you can think of for each of the following: exploration, adventuring or travelling? [Please provide links]

Me & You & a Dog Named Boo

“Me and You and a Dog Named Boo”, by Lobo, was released in 1971, as a single from his album, “Introducing Lobo”. It is on the Big Tree label, and was written by Roland Kent LaVoie, which is his real name. Lobo is his stage name.




How many countries [or States/Counties] have you visited – please list.

Countries – United States, Mexico, Japan, Germany, France, England, Ireland

States – Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, New York, Tennessee, Alaska, Hawaii, California, Washington

Three items you simply could not travel without? – Medicines, Snacks, Phone/camera, money, make-up


Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2019 BS

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