The Sons have already begun pre-season training ahead of the big kick-off, but the boss has no idea whether it is for a trip to Dens Park or Ibrox he is preparing his troops .
With newco Rangers' bid to rejoin the Scottish Premier League next season seemingly doomed to failure, Ally McCoist's side could find themselves parachuted into the Irn-Bru First Division, with Dundee making the step into the top flight.
Confusion and uncertainty continues to surround Gers, and Scottish football, and Adamson is remaining pragmatic over what could yet be a dream start to life in Scotland's second tier.
He said: "The more I hear, the more it looks likely. SPL teams are coming out and saying that they will vote against Rangers so there is a distinct possibility that they could end up in the First Division.
"It won't change our plans. We will just prepare as we always do.
"Whether it is Dundee or it is Rangers, we can't do anything about it, it is outwith our hands.
"We just have to prepare for the start of the season and take it as it comes. We have got a few games before the league starts anyway so we are preparing for them more than anything else."
He went on: "To think where the club was a few seasons ago to where we are now in unreal. It has been a brilliant journey.
"Having Rangers in the First Division is something that might never happen again so we must look forward to it, if it happens."
The financial implications of squaring up to Rangers on league duty would be considerable for clubs across the First Division, yet fans have voiced their dismay at the prospect of them lading in the Football League.
However, Adamson has welcomed the possibility of facing Ally McCoist's side as the once-in-a-lifetime move draws ever nearer.
"I am only looking at it as a positive and I am sure a lot of our fans will be as well," he said.
"It is not often we will have the chance to play the likes of Rangers so why not look forward to it if it does happen?
"I am looking forward to all those experiences, if of course it turns out that we are playing Rangers.
"I played against Rangers reserves for Airdrie, that is the only time I got to face them as a player.
"It will be a massive change this time if it happens. You can only relax and enjoy those kind of experiences.
"The financial benefit would help us continue to grow the club and have a big impact. It would probably only be for the one season, you would think Rangers would go straight back up but that is not the point.
"It would certainly help financially while they were here."
Adamson's side claimed their place in Scotland's second tier after a dramatic play-off final victory over Airdrie United last month.
And the Sons boss has backed calls for more promotion places to be opened up to allow First Division teams a shot at our elite clubs.
Adamson said: "The SPL have always ruled the roost in terms of that prospect, it might be different now.
"I always felt it was unfair on teams like Falkirk and Dundee that missed out on promotion because only the champions went up. It would make it a more competitive league. It is overdue."