3. Making Mistakes


If someone in your group isn’t making a mistake you’re not doing it right. Mishaps such as Evans’ mud bath on Usal Road provide opportunities for everyone to stop and laugh. Being able to laugh at yourself is a prerequisite of an adventure. If you’re unable to do that, do your friends (if you actually have some) a favor and stay home. As long as no one gets hurt, mistakes are usually fodder for great fun during the adventure and for years afterward. If everything went perfectly, it wouldn’t be an adventure.