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Follow the compass not the coffers

Updated: Jul 5, 2020

My compass leads me to the wilder outdoor adventures,  I'm happiest when I work for a great cause with wild elements swirling around me. I always need help that shows me the way. A print of this painting, The Boyhood of Raleigh, hung in my room as a boy. It said to me, as it did to Walter, "Out there is a great adventure, go my boy and find it."  20 years in Africa was a magnificent adventure, now back in England, I'm beginning to find the 'wilds' again. PTL!

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