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For the Love of Adventure Racing, the outdoors and all things beautiful! #itsallaboutlove


Heidi
Heidi

Just a girl from a small town born in Namibia. Home language is Afrikaans and not a writer. But is living life to its fullest, travel more than the average person and got so many stories to tell. 

A Blog where I can share a bit of my interesting but humble life! Hopefully can touch you, inspire you and most of all give you a smile on your face when you read my so "incorrect" letters.. 

Goals for 2018 is to write more regular as 2017 just ran away from me and somewhere amongst the crazy events I have lost myself... not in a bad way but was basically just surviving to keep it up. 

2018 focus will be to say more NO and to be racing fit again!!

From the #itsallaboutlove girl

Heidi 

 


Its Passion
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Passion and love for something

Packing my bags to explore the island of Rodrigues
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On our way to explore the Island of Rodrigues in our quest to find exotic adventure racing destinations for the future

Expedition Africa 2018 Namaqua West Coast in the making
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Our "Working Holiday" is taking shape as we explore the area and put the route together. Epic Trekking legs, Mountain biking and kayaking that will make you see places not many have seen.

Christmas and New Year wishes card
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Merry Christmas and have a wonderful 2018 for all our family, friends and followers

Black in support of our Farmers
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Black in support of our Farmers

Athletes experience pure grandeur at Expedition Africa
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The 59km canyon ventured all 39 teams through an untouched picturesque part of African soil. Race organiser; Stephan Muller predicted that the Baviaanskloof region would certainly be a highlight for athletes racing Expedition Africa 2017.

Compulsory camp out for teams within leg 6 at Expedition Africa
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More than half the field managed to race through the buffalo 'dark zone' before the zones shutdown commenced at 18h00 this evening. All teams between CP 17 and CP 21 must make camp at their exact spot, and are not allowed to move until 06h00 tomorrow morning.

500km's of challenging yet beautiful terrain awaits 39 teams tomorrow morning
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Athletes and their families were able to enjoy their final Saturday afternoon before the chaos of this year's 500km adventure race hits the Cape St Francis Resort. Team captains have now had the opportunity to copy the control points off the master map and question any concerns that could arise along the route.

Expedition Africa 2017 venue announcement!
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A new international event for the Kouga