Our Crowdfunding Campaign is OVER!

Our Indiegogo Adventure Lab crowdfunding campaign is over, & we feel...good. Really good. 121 champions backed our campaign for a total of $13,844. Wow, wow wow. Thank you. You came through for us as backers, friends, motivators & creators. Everyone who contributed, reposted, shared, supported, liked or followed us is a part of this project now. You are helping us create something that wasn't there before. Thank you. 


We had coffee at the beach on Wednesday to toast our campaign and address the only question we've been getting for the past 48 hours.

"Now what?" 

For starters, it takes several weeks for the money we raised to actually be transferred into our account. As much as we wish a truck filled with one-dollar bills would back up to the front gate it doesn't work like that! We will be spending that time fulfilling perks & searching for the right bus to turn into the Adventure Lab.

After we pay fees & purchase our perks we will have an exact dollar amount that will be going towards the Adventure Lab. Regardless, we are committed to staying on schedule & owning a bus in 4-6 weeks. Building it out in July/August, and launching the Adventure Lab to the public this fall. We are exploring additional funding opportunities to cover the difference between our campaign funds & final costs. We are open to suggestion!


We are working on getting our new website up to speed. It will go through changes, but you'll be able to follow our progress there-including the build out of the Adventure Lab. You will also be able to book a spot on a retreat or buy some limited-quantity OWL Gear. Our company,One Wild Life, is already in full swing and available for customizable Team-Building & Leadership events and Creative Adventures.

We're already working to create a slate of creative retreats & teaming up with some great companies to bring you adventure & inspiration in the form of art, yoga, surf, camp, mtb and cultural exploration. 

Thank you for your support.  

Ryan & Tim
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