Stackpole Head, our First Seacliff Walk

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I have traveled to 49 countries, posted 5,965 pictures and written 248 entries in 38 travel blogs
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Member Since
Mar 24, 2010

About Friesendm

The attempted leadership of the Walking Adventures International travel team, spending an outrageous percentage of my life traveling, planning walks, and designing new Adventures!
Favourite music
Classical and soundtracks and a smattering of Oldies
Salzburg, Austria
Favourite movie
Family Man; Groundhog Day;
English, and a smattering of German
Interests and hobbies
Reading, basketball, culture, travel, and sorting out the meaning of life!
One thing I want to do before I die
Fulfill my purpose in life
Favourite book
Books by Paul Johnson and David McCullough
My friends describe me as
A somewhat serious, seldom silly, insightful sap
The most amazing moment in my life so far
The dawning realization that not only does God really exist, but that he is not angry, and that he truly does love us!
If you'd like to keep track of our upcoming Adventures, see the website for Walking Adventures International.

Recent Entries by Friesendm

  • Pembrokeshire is a county in southwest Wales. It's situated on a peninsula that juts out into the Irish Sea and is home to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The seacoast here provides 186 miles of...

  • Our second walk of the Wales & Cornwall walking adventure took us down the Vale of Ffestiniog in Snowdonia National Park. Slate has made its mark on the history, culture, and economy of Nor...

  • More South Island Magic! - Apr 9, 2016

    Yesterday ended with torrential rains on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island. This morning, however, dawned clear and bright. From the tiny township of Haast, we drove inland along the Haa...

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