The concept behind the Misadventure Theory was born high up in the mountains of Southwest Colorado next to an alpine lake.
The theory is based on the idea that life isn’t very exciting when shit goes according to plan.
As it would happen we got caught in a crazy lightening storm on our decent that chased us all the way down the mountain. When we fnally made it to the car we were soaked and grinning from ear to ear, we had cheated mother nature and escaped yet again! Those that know us well would say that this is not an unusual occurrence for us.
We are notorious for “type two fun” kind of experiences. If you’re unfamiliar with the fun scale, “type two” is when things start to go wrong and you’re suddenly wondering how you’re making it out of this ordeal. Type two fun usually produces muddy knees and bruised egos but supplies a killer story to tell at the bar over a hard earned beer. It’s this type of adventure we crave that requires an alternative lifestyle allowing us to seek unknown experiences around every corner.
The Misadventure Theory blog is here to shake up the average adventure
To show that getting lost is not a waste of time
Adventure starts where plans end
Our goal is to inspire you to invite some misadventure into your life, and to offer some tips and tricks along the way. Everyone needs a little help getting lost at first and we are plenty qualified in that category. So follow along, we can’t promise that we know where we are taking you, but we can promise it’ll be one hell of a time getting there!