I'm all about adventure, even the little things in life can be adventurous. The road trip that the kids and I did took us through 19 states in three months, logging more than 10,000 miles. But that doesn't mean to get adventure you have to take a three-month road trip. I like the kind of adventure you can get in basically my own back yard too. Take this weekend for example: at my daughter's elementary school on Friday night, we camped with about 50 other families on the school's lower field. At night there was a big BBQ, serving up some dogs and burgers, a movie on the outdoor screen began as the stars came out, and in the morning there was a wonderful pancake breakfast. Kids brought their bikes, sleeping bags, flashlights and had good 'ol fun, running around the "campground," making up their own adventures. I won't talk about that while walking to the bathroom at 2am, I heard more than one tent vibrating with a snoring camper. I get that kind of adventure at home too.