The Player's Complete Guide to College Soccer Recruiting demystifies college soccer recruiting for any player aspiring to get to the next level. Talented players often fall through the cracks because of the small recruiting budgets amongst other factors. This book equips players to take control of the recruiting process for themselves in order to achieve their athletic, academic, and personal goals. Since few players are taught how to navigate college soccer recruiting, educating players and having them execute will give them a huge leg up on their competition. This translates into more scholarship money, a better college soccer experience, and personal growth for any player willing to take action now.
When a young man left his years of naval service behind him he yearned for something different. A challenge, of course, but something where he could be at one with nature, find his own space in his own company but also enjoy the friendship of others when the opportunity arose.
So began an epic trip by bicycle through some of the most stunning scenery the United States has to offer, crossing mountains and rivers in a quest to reach the one place of beauty he always wanted to return to.
From Ohio to the Rocky Mountains, the road was often hard but never dull and the kindness of strangers was always in abundance. Venison steaks provided by campers at a lake, romantic encounters with beautiful women, offers of accommodation when the weather took a turn for the worse and meeting other wanderers on the route, all made for a journey that was as varied as the roads traveled.
A travel journal like few before it, Pedaling Through Paradise is a book that touches the soul with the warmth of ...
Part memoir, part travelogue, The Journey Inward takes you on an exciting and life-changing journey across northern Spain. What started as a way to celebrate her 50th birthday suddenly became one of the most difficult challenges the author has ever faced. From the preparation for this incredible journey to the daily trek through ancient villages and over mountains, The Journey Inward captivates you with the magic that has called people to make this expedition for more than a thousand years. The Camino de Santiago, or The Way, has always been a personal and spiritual pilgrimage culminating at the magnificent Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. Having never hiked and armed with only her mental determination, the author artfully takes you through the daily ups and downs of the Camino as she faces the challenges of an injured knee, overcomes mental hurdles and celebrates emotional breakthroughs.The Journey Inward has something for everyone. Readers will cheer, cry and be inspired with every ...
A coming of age story... When Hap Cameron left home at the age of 21, he decided he wanted to live and work in every continent before he turned thirty. He knew he had plenty of time, so how hard could it be? Bloody hard, as it turned out. But his goal would change his life in ways he never expected. If he'd known that over the next eight years he'd end up locked in a US jail cell, almost get killed by gangsters in Africa, and that the quest to reach Antarctica would almost break him, Hap might have spent more time focusing on his other two goals-to have fun and meet foreign girls. Eight years, seven continents, one hell of a ride.
The Butte Fire broke out on September 9, 2015, and in a matter of a day, burned more than 70,000 acres of wild lands and homesteads in Central California foot hills of the Sierra Nevadas. Hundreds of homes were lost. along with several lives. the fire burned so fast and hot, that few had any warning at all to evacuate. N. M. Reed, author and horse trainer, lives in the very middle. On a dead end road in the wilderness. With few minutes to spare, she hitched and loaded the 2-horse trailer with her treasured mares, and a few belongings, and she and her husband escaped barely with their lives. The next week was spent trying to locate the other horses and animals left behind in the fire. Told as a narrative as the event unfolded, the story is engaging, a little terrifying, and one everyone living with horses in the wilderness should read till the very end.
Are You Prepared for LONG TERM Survival?
Not every disaster can be fixed. Whether it's an epidemic or a super volcano, an asteroid strike or a world war, there are large scale disasters hovering over mankind's future that would bring civilization to an abrupt and permanent end.
But as any good prepper knows, that doesn't mean the end of life altogether. If you think ahead, plan ahead and prepare before disaster strikes, you can continue to live a good and healthy life completely off the grid.
I've Spent My Life Honing My Own Skills as a Survivalist, and Now I'm Here to Show YOU How You Can PREPARE TO SURVIVE IN THE LONG TERM
Hi, I'm Beau Griffin. I'm an expert survivalist and I've had a lot of practice at living off the beaten path, making my way with nothing but a set of basic tools and my own experience to sustain me. I've tested out the territory and learned by doing and now I am here to put that knowledge to good use: saving your life, and the lives of your loved ones.
SOON TO BE A TV SERIES True, far-out 60s stories full of cool adventure, good vibes, warmth, humor and a look into the hearts and minds of people responding to a dangerous world situation. Entertaining and uplifting. The psychedelic sixties come alive in this multi-level history/memoir, written by a journalist who dropped out to live the story, seek enlightenment and have fun.
Where have all the flower children gone? Gone to The Farm, an amazing 1,500-member hippie commune nestled in the backwoods of Tennessee.
"Imagine all the people living life in peace." -- John Lennon
That was us. We had it going.
Beyond sex, drugs and rock 'n roll -- a remarkable experiment in collective living where thousands of high-minded people joined forces, pooled resources and attempted to create a simple, gracious, meaningful, sustainable lifestyle the world can afford.
Soar free and take a trip -- an extraordinary journey from Greenwich Village beatniks in the '50s into the psychedelic '60s and ...
Short stories of outdoor and sports adventures, mostly in the Scottish countryside, shared amongst friends. The accounts hold a common theme of how serious play and antics deepen friendships and enhance appreciation for fun, life and physical movement in the outdoors.
Genre: Sports & Outdoors Length: 219 Pages (5,764 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: May 24th, 2020
"Improve or quit!" That's the ultimatum Randy Stewart gave himself when his mediocre golf game fell completely apart. His solution was to seek professional help for twelve months and to record his experience along the way. This book is that narrative, an autobiography of his efforts to salvage his game. It is not a rehash of prior events but rather a reaction as they unfolded. As you read, you will become part of a gallery watching this troubled hacker determine his golfing future.
The book's tone is more inspirational than instructional. At its end, you should have a greater appreciation of the challenge and charm of golf. You may also look at your own life a bit differently. All golf enthusiasts will find this honest, humorous, and heartwarming story well worth the read.