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Frank de Wit has uploaded:
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I am a housefather for two kids (ergo, lots of diapers, noise, smiles, hugs and tears) on a small farm in the hills, a large vegetable garden, a garden with 17 fruit trees, flower&herb garden (ergo, lots of gardening and fresh good food), the founder of , try to help on Mindat and Mineralienatlas where I can (ergo, lots of internet stuff), and love to travel around the world to be outside in beautiful nature and mountains, meet nice people, eat good food, enjoy different cultures, find minerals, go underground in old mines, and relax in an onzen or spa afterwards.

Area of expertise: To travel and find minerals. If you want to travel with me: drop me an email.


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