Dive into the pages of any good adventure book—or into the screen of a movie at the local theater—and you’ll quickly be immersed in captivating stories. You’ll be pulled into worlds of wizards fighting dark magic, pirates trying to seize control of ghost ships, a quest for revenge on a whale, a 1,100-mile hike for self-discovery and healing, the visit to a theme park populated by dinosaurs … the list goes on and on, but, unfortunately, we’re limited here.
The point being: adventure exists all around us if you know where to find it—and with this month’s issue of Two Eighty Lifestyle, you won’t have to go far.
What better time to have an adventure than summer? The weather is warm, the kids are out of school and there are endless possibilities for experiences that create memories that can last a lifetime.
We hope these pages will inspire you to explore, to do things you’ve always wanted to do but never did and to—most importantly—have a little fun.
There’s a Pinterest-worthy quote often credited to Mark Twain that we feel sums it up best:
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones that you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.
Have some great adventures, Two Eighty.
Maybe we’ll see you around.
Each month we strive to publish the most accurate magazine with the most relevant content. In our June publication, we would like to correct an error in the Movers and Shakers feature. We inadvertently listed the wrong information for the family members for Keith Granger of Grandview Hospital. Our publication should have recognized the family of Mr. Granger as his wife Kathy and their three daughters. We sincerely apologize to Mr. Granger and his family for this mistake.