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How to Live a Life of Adventure: The Art of Exploring the World Paperback – November 11, 2011
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His make mine look like I never left my couch.
His well written book will provide the motivation, the skills, the perspective and the wisdom to live a life of adventure at any level you wish.
I only read the first four pages to learn that inadvertently, I had made a good decision when I left Port Huron MI for Boulder, CO. Living here allows me to walk out the door and create my own adventures.
I have said to friends that on most trips outside, I see/experience something which 95% of the population of this country will never see. You can, too.
So get off the couch (after you have read Frosty's book) put your feet in a trout stream, on the dirt or snow, or your butt on a bike seat.
We will all be better for it when you do.
ment by none other than Stephen King. He is also the holder of two world's records in weightlifting
in the master's division. He has spent a lifetime in absolute awe of Frosty Wooldridge's drive, deter-
mination and "lightness of being."
While Frosty Wooldridge's How To Live A Life Of Adventure is absolutely amazing in its detail, all-
encompassing depth and ability to inspire, it is imperative that first I say something about the man.
Now come on . . . who amongst us upon hearing the name "Frosty" wouldn't conjure up an image of someone extraordinary in all the most positive, sun-shiney ways? Well, Frosty Wooldridge actually exceeds those expectations. I guarentee it, and I've known the man a lifetime!
What he won't tell you in this book (too modest) is that in all his travels people naturally flock to him,
surround him whenever possible, and somehow he manages to make each and every one of them feel their very
best about themselves. He is also very deep, very spiritual, in his interpretation and appreciation of his experiences, and that part does come across in the book, in a way that amplifies every adventure so that
one feels it in his or her soul.
There is adventure here to be sure -- from actually getting arrested in Mississippi for "having too much
fun" to facing down an Alaskan grizzly at such close quarters that he could actually smell its breath to
bicycling at an oxygen-starved 16,000 feet in the Chilean Andes and glancing sideways to discover a giant
condor with a twelve-foot wingspan accompanying him just off his left handlebars, there . . . IS . . .Read more ›
If you've ever entertained the thought of doing something you've never done, gone places you've never been to, or contemplated amping up your life in any one of a number of outdoor adventures, you need this book. Learn how to dream and live large. Expand your awareness of the power of nature and see the world through brand new eyes. Soon, your thoughts will change from, "I don't know if I can?" to "I know I can do this!"
Mr. Wooldridge teaches you how to see the world around you through the eyes of a child. This book is a reflection of the awe, suspense, and grandeur of being fully immersed in life. You won't be able to put it down.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the very best books I have read on traveling and adventure. Lots of tips and additional information. This makes a great Christmas gift for everyone you know.Published 11 months ago by Thomas J. Mcway
Impressive writing. Incredibly impressive life. Would that we all could have lived like this. Having said that, it's so nicely written its a great book to give a high school or... Read morePublished 23 months ago by M. Rich
Great stories to inspire me toward a life of adventure. I'm ready to dip my toes in a new pond. Going camping in NC in two weeks before a half marathon instead of staying in a... Read morePublished on September 19, 2013 by M. Chase
Good stories and a good tale teller but most of the stories are about riding bike. Which we don't. So kind of a bummer there. Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by Paula
Across the continents and the polar desert, through rain forests and across oceans, across all 50 states and countless countries, Frosty Woolridge has lived a life of adventure. Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by Riplfct
This is a great book, whether you're one who has already been adventurous or whether you're one to start today. Frosty writes this book describing many of his own adventures. Read morePublished on May 26, 2012 by M. Biasi