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For all Northern brothers

For all of you northern brothers from Sweden. Norway. Denmark
Sep 16, 2014
Ian Wilson commented on Frost's group For all Northern brothers
"i'm not from these parts, but i LOVE the Nordic/Scandinavian culture.  and it is likely in my blood.  i just spent two weeks in southern Sweden and a day in Copenhagen.  i LOVED it!!"
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Rood Andersson commented on Frost's group For all Northern brothers
"Yeah, Dal.  I just joined, so maybe we can get something going..   Seems like most everyone is Norwegian, or with Norsk connections, though I've a bit of Dane in me, too.  "
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Dal commented on Frost's group For all Northern brothers
"anyone still on here? or active in the group?"
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Steve replied to Frost's discussion surviving anywhere.
"Of relevance to the thread I think...   [b]Uruguayan man survives freezing four-month Andes ordeal[/b] A Uruguayan man who went missing in May while trying to cross the Andes mountains from Chile to Argentina has been found alive, officials…"
Sep 9, 2013
Carl Monster replied to Frost's discussion surviving anywhere.
"A good reminder to re-check my estate planning and life insurance policy."
Sep 6, 2013
Native Son replied to Frost's discussion surviving anywhere.
"One will survive with neither the will nor the way.  Just not very long."
Sep 6, 2013
Mark Elliott replied to Frost's discussion surviving anywhere.
"Where there's a will, there's a way.  But, knowledge is important.  Watch one episode of "Naked and Afraid" (Discovery Channel.)  Then you'll learn that the #1 physical need is clothing and shoes. …"
Sep 6, 2013
David F. replied to Frost's discussion surviving anywhere.
"You are asking the question as if it was all one or the other. If you don't have the knowledge, you can't will yourself out of a stupid avoidable situation.  If you don't have the will to struggle on you can let yourself stay in…"
Sep 6, 2013
Mike Copperman replied to Frost's discussion surviving anywhere.
"The knowledge, skills, and most important, experience are what give you the will to live. I would rephrase that and say the confidence to live."
Sep 5, 2013
Frost commented on Frost's group For all Northern brothers
"Hej mine nordiske brødre. Hvis i kender andre her på siden der som os kommer fra eller har aner fra Skandinavien. så indbyd dem endelig."
Aug 21, 2013

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The bibel. John Steinbeck.Phillip Yance. Dan Brown .John Gardner.
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Leon. Old Bond movies like Goldfinger. Godfather. Ronin
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Rock. Wordship. Blues. Classic. all kind of music but not Heavy.

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The best travelexperiences a man can have.

Posted on August 24, 2011 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Why not live a boy´s dream into reality and go on rides that do something for your manliness.

1. Hug a tree in the Amazon.

The jungle with all its excitement and adventure, so why not put on your lifs´s journey to Brazil`s Jungle.

Brazil`s main hub for the…

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