About Me

Hello, my name is Daniel Moore. I work as a tour guide, travel, write, and play pickleball. I have a pretty good life. Thanks for reading my blog, I am honored and humbled that you would take precious time to read about my thoughts.

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52 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Wow Daniel Man!!! I loved your posts….Keep them coming. Last week I watched for the first time “Black Hawk Down”. I didn’t know you were in Africa and after watching that really scary movie – which is a true story – and then hearing just today that you are actually over there…..well, let’s just say you went way up my prayer list. I have no doubt that God will use you and your stove in very special ways to bless many people. I look forward to all of your posts. Lots of Love and RESPECT!!! Uncle Mike

  2. Dan! So glad that you are blogging about your experience in Africa! I will miss getting to see you this summer with the rest of the family but I’m excited that you have this opportunity. Praying that you live out your purpose of glorifying the Lord and making his name known to all peoples! Love you!

  3. Daniel,
    Great to read your blog about your experiences in Kenya! I am praying for you as God continues to work in and through your life and as he continues to build into your life principles that will last a life time. It will be interesting to see where God takes you next after this time in Africa.

  4. Thank you for travelling through my blog. My very best wishes as you continue on your wonderful and inspiring journey.

  5. Hi there Daniel,
    Thank you for taking the time to stop by and check out my little corner of the blogosphere and the follow, your support is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to seeing more from you πŸ™‚

    Have a great day,

    Eddie

  6. I enjoyed your blog! But I have a question. When you say you’re “an adventure travel guide in Colorado,” do you mean you’re an adventure travel guide and work out of Colorado or that you guide people on adventure travel IN Colorado? They both sound like fun. I’m just curious. Terminally Curious, some say. πŸ˜‰

  7. Hi Daniel, after reading about you and seeing what you’re up to, I’m finding it pretty amazing that you found my site and liked it! Pickleball is relatively unknown territory for most…perhaps that is what draws an adventurer such as yourself?! Or…maybe you have a connection to Maine, where that particular segment was filmed…

    In any case, thank you for taking the time to drop by and pay some attention to Pickleball New England.

    I wish you the best of luck in all of your endeavors, and admire the courage it takes to follow your own heart! That alone helps make the world a better place…
    Adrienne

    • Hey Adrienne,

      Interestingly enough, I am a pickleballer myself. My dad has gotten really into it and we’re playing a couple of national tournaments this fall. Also, as it’s still unknown in Japan, I’m thinking about trying to start a pickleball movement there. I am definitely interested in your involvement in the sport and how it’s going in Maine!

  8. Daniel – Thanks for visiting journeywise! Colorado is coming up in a few weeks, looking forward to a revisit to Fort Collins, among others places. So many gorgeous places in this amazing world!

  9. Hi Daniel,

    You liked one of my posts and of course I came over to see who is there πŸ™‚ And resding some stories of your’s I felt into comfort zone of hearing my own thoughts and considerations from you. The latest post you wrote is about Travek philosophy and I will comment there seperately, but this is an important subject for me which I have always kept inmind and discussed with others. Now I think I should also include it in my blog as a seperate item.
    Dince I’ve been traveling quite a lot I started to question myself what is my homeland (Belarus) to me, and I was going to write about that, but it is still ripe, and here I see you tell about what US means to you.
    I also don’t like being a tourist and I distinguish myself andother people who pursue different from tourists life on traveling as a traveler.

    And the last but not the least, I was thinking just yesterday enjoying myself in Italy now doing my hitchhiking in Europe before I go back to Asia, that I like it there, where I am, and I want to live there. And I feel the same in many other places too. And I caught myself at a thought that I do live here now, at the moment!
    I call it My Big Trip in my blog where I tell about my travel experiences, and it came up to my mind that I might also slogan it as Life wherever I am, because I learned to appreciate a moment and live each one of it as life – no matter if I reside in that place, visit for longer half a year or just jump in. And today morning I find you with your like of my post and come to learn all of the similarities πŸ™‚
    It is very soul comforting to find co-thinkers (and also I have visited Denver before, as I have my former University mate living there) and I wish both of us to keep enjoying what we are up to and to meet our soul mates on that way!

    • Thank you for taking the time to comment in such detail. I’m glad I could write about something that spoke to you, to me that’s what writing is all about. I hope you have an incredible trip in Europe and that you can practice your travel philosophy πŸ™‚ Cheers

  10. Thanks for the like on my blog. I am here to see what your site is about and it is extraordinary. I am following now so I can keep up with what you come up with next!

    We have been into adoption and all our travels have been in China. But, you know, it is a big place. We have seen so many amazing places and met so many wonderful people it overwhelms me at times. Our adoption trips have some tourist stuff, but mostly we do a lot of paperwork and then have some idle time. We use the idle time to walk around the town, go to stores, visit parks or whatever we can do. The people of China are very friendly and so many speak English (my Chinese is rudimentary at best) we have very few problems with communication.

    All the best on your work and purpose. Come by the blog again when you get a chance. The welcome mat is always out.

  11. Thanks for following – Just followed you back and very interesting life your have there – Looking forward to more of your posts – and experiences on Africa and the world !

  12. Hey Daniel, interesting life you seem to be living! Love it. I’m actually heading to Snowmass over Christmas to learn how to Snowboard – would love some Colorado tips and recommendations for this area if you’ve gotem? I loved Africa when I was there, I actually met a guy who was trying to set up some aquaculture that was neutralising the pH in old mining lakes so that telapia could be bred. Is your work similar?

    • Hey Kazza!

      Thank you! Aspen is great. I would definitely go to Maroon Bells if it’s open in the winter. Glenwood Springs is pretty cool too in the winter because of its hot springs. Sounds like you have done some traveling yourself!

  13. Hi Daniel,
    It is amazing to see your great works in Nairobi. I am from Dar es salaam. Next October I will be heading to Nairobi. I would like to visit aquaponic project there. Could you please send me contacts of key person in Nairobi for this project through my email. You are highly appreciated in advance.

    Bless
    Olver Ngomuo

  14. Hi Daniel, I’m an Anglican seminarian from England, who also runs a school for the children of displaced people in Kenya. I have some spare land there and am really interested in setting up an aquaponics scheme which will hopefully help to keep the school free for the families of children who go there. Would you be able to send me your email address so we could have a chat about your project, which looks fascinating? Mine is jbgilder at hotmail dot com

    Many thanks, James Gilder

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