Let’s put adventure into a formula.
Our wondering and wandering ancestors simply input action into time. In our individual lifetimes, it is the action put into time that creates Adventure. If you drive the same route to work every day over time you will experience a lower sense of Adventure as the details of the route fade into routine. If you vary your transportation modalities and walk, ride your bike, take ride shares, or use public transportation, then you will experience a higher sense of Adventure because your action over time will differ.
Your choice of action (call it “x”) over the same time (call it “y”) helps determine your Adventure.
In the dictionary, Adventure is defined as an unusual and exciting, typically hazardous, experience or activity.” As a verb, Adventure is defined as engaging in a hazardous and exciting activity, especially the exploration of unknown territory.
And that’s what makes the second “A” so amazing. Adventure can be created by anyone at any time with a simple change of outlook.