"Let's have an adventure."
"Okay, where do you want to go?"
"Let's just drive and see where we end up."
"That never works."
"Okay, let's flip a coin at every major intersection and let the coin tell us where to go."
"That could take us to exciting places we have never been to before, or it could just take us to boring places we've been to before the long way."
"Actually, it could take us in a huge circle and we'd end up right back where we started."
About an hour later, it did just that. So we threw away the quarter and went to Wegmans. It was that or a diner, because nothing else is open in the suburbs at 2:00 a.m. And diners cost money.
One day, when I'm rich, I'm going to have a proper adventure. With a 20-sided die at the international departures counter.