When I last spoke with Misadventures I was training for a North Pole ski expedition — that was back in January when the skies were dark and the weather was cold.  My mind was set on getting even colder with my upcoming April trip.  It is now summer, the days are long and hot, and I’ve …

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“Clarity” reads a license plate in the parking lot at work. I sulk as I walk past it to my car. It’s ironic to find a plate like that in the Pacific Northwest, where it remains cloudy and gray and rains most of the year. I immediately despise the driver for his blatant optimism. When …

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I keep waking up. Not because it’s cold outside or because my dog likes to pace around my tent, but because the person sleeping next to me keeps getting closer and closer and I am being pushed into the bottom corner of the tent with barely any room to move. The tent is pitched on …

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Now that it has been officially confirmed that women, as so many suspected, are just distractingly sexy crybabies, it is especially impressive that down in the Bahamas Misty Wells has been named Tournament Director of the Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina. This may not seem like news if you don’t live in Bimini, …

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The following piece was written by Shelby Tramel, NYC-based cyclist and Director of Operations for Deux North, a cycling adventure brand. If you’re a cyclist, and even if you’re not, their escapades are worth following. Visit them here, and check out their latest “Hunt” to Spain here. – Zoe Balaconis, Editor [divider]The Essay[/divider] When I began …

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