Adventure & Cozy Vol 6

Adventure & Cozy Vol 6

Adventure & Cozy Vol 6

A weekly blog by Rumpl dedicated to all things Adventure & Cozy! We include stories from around the world, epic photos, timely memes, buzzin’ playlists, and of course –– the cool things Rumpl customers share with us! Have something you want to share? Let us know.


This Week’s Newsletter

  • What To Watch 🎥
  • What To Listen To 🎧
  • What To Cook 🥘
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illustration of a TV set


Adventure and Cozy becomes Adventure and Culture. Spirit of the Peaks follows Hunkpapa Lakota skier Connor Ryan, skiing in Ute Territory. This story connects conflicted pasts to an awakening in cultural awareness that can create an equitable future for Indigenous people and skiers.

Adventure rating: 󠅓🌲 ❄️⛷🏂
Cozy rating: 📺 📺


Legendary climber Alex Lowe was tragically lost in an avalanche on the slopes of Tibetan mountain, Shishapangma in 1999. Torn tells the story of Lowe's son, Max, as he learns to understand his late father, and the complex family relationships that followed. Catch Torn in select theaters and on Disney+.

Adventure rating: 󠅓🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🏔🏔🏔⛺️❄️
Cozy rating: 📺 🎥 🍿

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This Spotify playlist from The Weisest Band will make you feel like you’re on a cloud. The playlist creator suggests, “Best listened to while looking out of a train window at the countryside.” Another honorable mention is their Sunshine playlist.

Screenshot of Spotify playlist

Adventure rating: 󠅓☀️ 🚂 🚗 🌅
Cozy rating: 🎶 🎧

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30 Minutes to Cozy

This better-than-takeout recipe from Half Baked Harvest is a Coconut Milk Braised Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Rice. It’s easy, fast, and sure to upgrade your mid-week dinners. Bonus: it tastes even better as leftovers.

Adventure rating: 󠅓🥘🍴🥥🍗🍠
Cozy rating: 🍜 🍜 🍜 🍜 🍜

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