Just to reach this stage in this project has been hard and endless job and it couldn’t have been possible without the help of other people I would like to thank here: when I start this adventure it’s also because of them!
First at all I want to thank Patrycja (site) for many different reasons: first, to be by my side and bear my swinging moods and stress, and to give me the kick and the strength to chase a drastic change in my (our!) life when, unhappy and unsatisfied, I was drowning into the deepest depression. Second, to believe in this project since the beginning, supporting me even if my dream would keep us apart for such a long time.
And finally, for all the help she provided in building the website, the translations, the time she gave me and all the time and effort she managed to find to work on this project.
My love, you are an extraordinary person and I don’t know what I could do without you! Love you!
And an endless thank goes to our daughter Lara, our greatest gift, the meaning and reason of everything, the motivation of trying to be a better person myself, preparing the better life (and world) for her!
Of course a big thank to my family, first because they have been always there and they will always be there for me, and because the show me the love for the Nature and the mountains in particular.
I would like to thank again Gabriele Rocchini for the help and the patience he had helping me building my web-site inerro.land.
A thank to Sara Pandolfini Lindgren for her help, and thanks to Fabrizio Goria, and the on-line magazine Alpinismi, because he got interested straight away of this project, even being on the other side of the Atlantic, giving me tips and his time.
Then thanks to Anna Alleva (hiking environmental guide at AIGAE Associazione Italiana Guide Ambientali Escursionistiche), Riccardo Ortolani (guide at CAI, Italian Alpine Club) and Angelo di Mambro (CAI of Cassino) for all the help and tips about equipment, paths, gps and rescues, they gave me even without knowing ourselves in person: thank you so much, indeed!
A big thank also to David Giaimo of Garda Survival Experience for the survival tips and notions he gave me and all the effort he put in this project answering my questions.
Thanks also to my friends: Sebastian Królikiewicz and Alfonso Perchinunno, for many other precious tips about technical equipment, and Michele La Porta (even if we still didn’t ever met in real life, but old friends on socials) for all the ideas and tips, and for all the time he gave me (I swear we will meet one day 🙂 )
Finally a big thank to all my followers, to those friends who believed in this projects since the beginning and all the other followers I gained little by little: the appreciation you show over my works and pictures gives me the will to improve myself over and over again!