Thursday, April 13, 2006

As a follow-up to yesterday's post, I'm a little embarrassed, especially as an explorer and former New Yorker, that I only recently came across JINX. I'm certainly glad I did though. The group has been scheming, executing and thoroughly documenting all sorts of grand and enviable adventures for many years. [See the Urban Adventure section of the main page, and their book Invisible Frontier for some of this well done documentation.] Most admirable of course, is their sharp sense of style. Forget lurking around like some scruffy, paranoid art ninja. Urban exploring ought to be exciting and sexy.

The warm weather has definitely awakened the adventure bug. The question is, how to top last year's tea party, croquet social and jurassic breaking and entering...

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