An adventure with purpose…

Recently, I’ve realised that this bubbling urge to make something happen, to develop an idea and run with it is something of a recurring condition, one for which there appears no cure. Fortunately, I am enjoying every minute… and its only just begun…

One aim of this project is to encourage others to pursue their own adventures and maintain a healthy balance between ones career, and the itchy feet that see many of us scrolling through those enticing travel sites. Instantly, we’re transported to a destination much more appealing than being seated in an office convincing ourselves we deserve a break from corporate responsibility and florescent lighting.

The purpose of this adventure; to complete a journey that started over 20 years ago… to read more, visit the ‘about’ section on this website. If you relate to this in any way… check in once in a while, it would be great to have you along.

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The website will be updated as often as internet connection allows with daily posts arriving in bulk if not each day.

A couple of minutes should be all the time you need to slip into a virtual day of this road trip. That’s pretty good; barely long enough to be considered procrastinating, though if you work for a company that has you accounting for your time in 6 minute blocks this site may need an alias.

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Preparation is almost complete with 3 months still to go… until then if you want to keep up-to-date, join the page on Facebook by clicking here www.facebook.com/theboldline or on the link at the bottom of each page. All notifications will come through Facebook until it’s time to begin.

Just one more thing; as very few ventures started without the support of others, drop by the ‘supporters’ section to learn more about those companies directly involved with the project.

‘When you travel you really feel alive… no longer tethered to routine nor oblivious to the satisfaction of simpler things. Travel opens your eyes and reengages your spirit.’
 B.C Mahony 2010
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