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Jed and I set out April 2012 to drive from Wyoming to the southern tip of Argentina! Join us along the way to read about our adventures as we attempt to surf the coasts, climb the mountains and speak the language of the 15 countries we plan to visit!

Trip Start: 2013-06-30 Trip End: 2012-01-01 .

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Parrott on one of the pineballs

Lakes, Frey and a Bonanza

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Parrott on one of the pineballs Tall pine trees, to the likes of which we had never seen, that stood long and straight wrapped in a thick spiky bark under…
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A Dose of Mendoza

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We rolled in to Mendoza like we had almost every other big city on the trip, in need of a few auto parts and maintenance; in particular a new car…
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To The Final One

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After finishing our journey south through the beautiful, but cold and wet, Luaca National Park with a surprise 30 minute jaunt in to Bolivia and a couple bolts shaken loose,…
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Moving on

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It has been about two months since our last post and the unfortunate events that happened to us in Peru.  Combined, Jed and I have about ten word documents saved…

Peru Update and Gratitude

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I want to thank everyone for the amazing amount of support we have received over the last 24 hours!  The money that has been donated towards our recovery and safe…
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Mud to Sand in Peru

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Two days on an extremely muddy dirt road through the Ecuadorian highland jungle and we were finally there; the most remote, laid back and just flat out laziest border crossing…
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Crossing over the Hump

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Living around the drastic scenery of the places we call home, Moab, Utah and Jackson, Wyoming you begin to take for granted the striking image of the rugged pine green,…
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Coooolombia

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We took off from Cartagena with one thing on our minds, the cool air of the mountains!  We studied the map and found the quickest route to gain some elevation. …
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One Morning

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Leaving Central America behind, we had lot´s of moments and places that we consider to be our favorites.  Rather than list them out for you I wanted to share a…
The ferry across to Topolobombo, mainland Mexico was an interesting experience!  It was mainly full of truckers, who we decided must love it when they get a delivery route to or from Baja.  The ferry basically had two areas to … <a href="http://adventureamericas.wordpress.com/2012/06/01/mainland-may-he-co/">Continue reading <span>→</span></a><img alt="" border="0" src="http://stats.wordpress.com/b.gif?host=adventureamericas.wordpress.com&blog=26270248&post=242&subd=adventureamericas&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1" />

Mainland May-He-Co

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The ferry across to Topolobombo, mainland Mexico was an interesting experience!  It was mainly full of truckers, who we decided must love it when they get a delivery route to…
Having decided to head to Baja Sur for some warmer weather, white sandy beaches, easier surf and supposed Palm Trees (now known to be barely existent anywhere in Baja) we headed out of Guerro Negro on the afternoon of May

Baja Sur

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Having decided to head to Baja Sur for some warmer weather, white sandy beaches, easier surf and supposed Palm Trees (now known to be barely existent anywhere in Baja) we…
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Baja

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Well one thing I can say for sure is that it has definitely been an adventure so far. With some highs… and some lows! We spent three days in San…
It is an amazing country we live in and each time I drive through any area of the desert southwest it never ceases to amaze me.  Growing up far far away from the deserts I always had this idea of barren, … <a href="http://adventureamericas.wordpress.com/2012/04/17/a-desert-tour/">Continue reading <span>→</span></a><img alt="" border="0" src="http://stats.wordpress.com/b.gif?host=adventureamericas.wordpress.com&blog=26270248&post=138&subd=adventureamericas&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1" />

A desert tour

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It is an amazing country we live in and each time I drive through any area of the desert southwest it never ceases to amaze me.  Growing up far far…

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