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Case of the Fridays – Pro Paintball Player Oliver Lang

For today’s post, I’ve selected professional paintball player Oliver Cameron Lang as my subject for the “Case of the Fridays“.   I chose Oliver because I’ve known him for quite awhile now – and I always see him posting about his adventurous around the world, but also his adventures from our home city of San […]

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Hunter - i am your biggest fan what your paintball positionJune 29, 2014 – 9:12 pm

Allisa - Interesting article – has Oliver ever played at a Delta Force centre across seas?

http://www.paintballgames.co.uk/February 26, 2014 – 11:00 pm

Craig - What did you want to be when you grew up?

β€œAn underwater archeologist to find treasure.”

Lol – a pirate then? Or an underwater pirate! lolJuly 16, 2013 – 12:54 pm

JulesFoote - good pictures and a better interview.January 26, 2013 – 1:40 am

Debbie - There are times in life when we meet someone and feel a great connection. Oliver is.the exact age I was when I married my soulmate. The exact age I was when I left home to travel the world with my hubs. The exact age I was when we moved to Asia for 2 1/2 years. We experienced different cultures, traveled to surrounding countries. And never looked back.

Fast forward, I’m now 44, still no children and since our move to Asia, we’ve moved 7 x’s, lived in three different states and like you, we too reside in beautiful San Diego as of three years this past October.

I used to tell the hubs that all I need is an hours notice before our next move. But now that we are here, he understands I need at least a five year notice. :) jokes aside,I will continue to follow him to the ends of the earth, and when it’s time to go, I’ll be ready.

I say all that to say, keep doing what you love, life is too short to sacrifice…

Loved this post and you too Tim are just as awesome!

Happy Travels!

Blessings – DebbieJanuary 25, 2013 – 9:35 am

Patagonia

I traverse the Chilean side of Patagonia with my buddies Jason and Bryan. Crystal blue water, glaciers, crazy foliage, and an awesome time all up in this post.

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Lisa - Looks like a fabulous trip! and a lot of fun.
I can’t believe you had a set of photos titled “Glacier Time”. That is just hilarious.

And wow, great photos.January 24, 2013 – 6:50 pm

Cate O'Malley - I can’t help but feel a serious case of wanderlust when I visit your site and see all your pictures and adventures. I’m going on a cruise to the Bahamas (with a stop in Florida) in March, and while that is no trip to Peru or whale watching excursion (those photos were awesome), it will have to do. ;)January 24, 2013 – 11:45 am

Case of the Fridays – Expedition Leader Lee Goldman

Case of the Fridays takes an inside look at individuals who’ve inspired me by the way they’ve shaped their lifestyles and careers. In these interviews, I’ll ask them about how they got started and what it takes to make it happen – as well as what effects their lifestyles have on their long-term life plans.

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Rachel Julson - Saw this linked from your facebook page and just had to write to say THANK YOU! I understand the frustrating comments of “you’re so lucky to have this job!” and this interview was very eye opening and inspiring. I just bought my first one-way ticket to Switzerland, and am currently in the limbo between following my passions and having a steady income.. Keep these interviews coming, I’d love to read more!!January 21, 2013 – 11:50 pm

Rachel Ruffer - This is awesome, Tim. I definitely want to travel a LOT and am working towards that goal – thanks for inspiring people to do what they love! :)January 19, 2013 – 8:19 pm

Jackie VanHatten - Hey Tim! This is a great idea. It’s really inspiring and motivating. Hope life is well!January 18, 2013 – 3:35 pm

Alison Howard - Great interview, Tim! Super interesting to read Lee’s story. Thanks for sharing! :)January 18, 2013 – 6:27 am

Amazon Adventure

My buddy Jason and I venture out deep into the Amazon rainforest and spend a few days exploring the wild. Machetes, Caiman Alligators, Giant Otters, and Star-lit skies all included in this post

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Patrick - Hi Tim,

Just came across your blog. I like the way you present your travel narrative. Keep traveling.April 11, 2013 – 5:05 pm

Buenos Aires | Tim King Blog | Tim King Photographer - [...] Amazon Adventure [...]January 30, 2013 – 1:33 am

Ray Stein - Amazing Blog and the photography is stunning! Glad to see your are livin life to the fullest. Let me know when you make it to Denver again, would be great to catch up over some drinks!

-RayJanuary 29, 2013 – 11:36 am

Lena - I’ve been waiting for this one :) ahhhmazing. Good to hear you didn’t come home with any snakes or tarantulas in your pockets…January 19, 2013 – 3:42 pm

Cole Joseph - Killer post man! Without a doubt though my favorite part of reading everything was you calling the parrot an asshole! I am still cracking up over that, ha!January 15, 2013 – 11:47 am

ami - WTF spider!a,

Always look forward to your posts, they always feel like grand adventures. Now how do I apply to be a part of your traveling troupe? :)January 15, 2013 – 11:34 am

Christy - Mean trick with the spider.January 14, 2013 – 9:57 pm

Christie - Your blog posts are always remarkably entertaining! As I read this everything checked out, except for the tarantulas and the snakes of course, and it made me miss it so much. Thanks for sharing. I’m excited to hear about it all in person!January 14, 2013 – 8:06 pm