Thread: Democratic Republic of Congo: Lubumbashi to Kinshasa

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    Frederik and Josephine,

    Thank you for an awesome read! You transported me from Downtown Manhattan to the Congo. Cheers to the both of 'ya. If you ever decide to make New York City your next adventure, send me a PM. Drinks are on me. We could have our own overland journey through Brooklyn.

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    Default Where have you gone?

    Frederik-

    According to Frederik's profile, his last activity was: 06-30-2011. Anyone know what happened to him? No activity on his website either.

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    Hopefully he's busy writing a book.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 6string View Post
    Hopefully he's busy writing a book.


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    I hope you are right!

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    took two days to read this.... sad to see F+J are not posting anymore

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    Default You people are insane

    In a good way. It would never occur to me to even go to Congo. Or really anyplace outside the USA. The whole thing sounds like it takes place in severely outdoor circumstances. Also nature. Which, eeewww. The only time I go outside is walking to and from my Camry.

    Having said that, holy **** y'all. Well done.

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    Just wondering where F & J are now. Their epic journey makes me treasure more my old BJ 40.

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    Surely someone on here knows them. I recall they were planning another adventure a while back, perhaps that is where they are. I am a big fan, see signature.
    -Brad

    "That night we lay in our tent, looking at the stars and listening to the sound of the city. It does not sound like any other city at night. We hear heated discussions and a few fights. Also some gun shots." -Frederik Willems (While camping in the Democratic Republic of the Congo)

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    Let me ask...
    Christian

    CTO Expedition Portal
    www.expeditionportal.com
    www.overlandjournal.com

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    I only JUST stumbled across your amazing story!

    I was thrilled from the start, and pretty much stayed up the entire night reading all 85 pages of comments! (don't judge me...)

    What brave and adventurous souls you both have, F&J! Masterful story-telling, definitely put a personal flair to it, you are a talented writer. I look forward to finding similar threads of your other expeditions! Thank you for sharing your adventures (and sometimes MIS-adventures) with us!

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