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We visited the shell museum on Sanibel Island.  This was my favorite shell in the whole place.  But there was a lot to see and learn there.

Florida finale’

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We whipped around the tip of the peninsula and had an amazing time!  Our toes got stuck in the sand for several days in The Keys.  And then we dashed up the East coast of The Sunshine State as things…
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Taking a Walk on the Wild Side

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We spend a lot of time exploring Oregon’s many state parks. A LOT. So we were beyond thrilled to finally make our way to experience Cottonwood Canyon, Oregon’s newest state park, and check it out for ourselves. Opened in 2014,…
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México – Primeiras Impressões

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Continuamos na cidade de Chetumal que está localizada a poucos quilômetros da fronteira com Belize. Após nossa difícil passagem pela aduana mexicana, resolvemos ficar alguns dias por aqui e relaxar. Um fato interessante sobre o México é que veículos estrangeiros…
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Peninsula Valdez, Argentina

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We push north along the eastern coast of Argentina from San Julian to Comodoro Rivadavia.  An incredibly kind local rider, Pedro, has offered us a place to stay in his home.  He reached out to me a few weeks ago…
Some of the spectacular scenery on the drive in.

Four days on a beach

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As usual, we had hit the road without much of a plan. People we had spoken to had suggested several great places near to Loreto which sounded like fantastic next destinations. However, hindered by our near complete lack of maps,…
Can we keep her?

Loreto

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Everywhere we travel, we tend to feel at home. Whether it is in the chaotic midst of a big city, alone on a cold windy mountain top, wandering the narrow alleys of a bustling market or lost in dusty back…
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Panamá – eine Stippvisite

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Kilometerstand Anfang: Colón (Panamá): 23.775 km Ankunft: Playa de las Lajas (Panamá): 24.304 km Gesamtetappe: 529 km Zunächst ging es für uns nach Panamá Stadt. Wir parkten im Stadtteil Balbao und fuhren mit dem Taxi nach Casco viejo, in das…
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In pursuit of penguins

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 Bariloche, Argentina [by Paula] If, like us, you’ve got a bit of a thing for penguins you’ll probably enjoy this blog post. If you’re not that bothered about penguins, well, you are clearly dead inside. Not enjoying this blog…
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Wir sagen ciao Südamerika!

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Cartagena war unser letztes Ziel in Südamerika. Nach fast sechs Monaten, 23.775 gefahrenen Kilometern, sechs Ländern und noch mehr Grenzübergänge, unzähligen tollen Bekanntschaft, traumhaften Landschaften und Eindrücken war es ein komisches Gefühl unser letztes Ziel auf diesem Teilkontinent erreicht zu…
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Hiking in Torres del Paine

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We wake to cloudy skies, but no rain, and relatively little wind.  Debate continues about whether or not we will hike or ride to the waterfall of Salto Grande and to starting point of the Mirador de Los Cuernos trail…
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Torres del Paine National Park

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Torres del Paine has been on my wish list for many years.  And to think I’m here in the midst of it is amazing to me.  The weather, and particularly the wind, are notoriously bad here, so we plan to…
Picnic stop with a view

Because I’m worth it

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Picnic stop with a view – Lago Nordernskjold, Torres del Paine national park, Chile.Esquel, Patagonia, Argentina [by Jeremy] Well, we’re here now. I suppose we better go and see what all the fuss is about. There are some places…
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The Joy of a Mini~Adventure

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We have, quite simply, been really busy lately. Busy at work, busy at the house, busy with friends. Simply busy. While this keeps us, somewhat, out of trouble, it also means we have been able to indulge less often than…
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Qué tal un café?

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Kilometerstand Anfang: Desierto de la Tatacoa (Kolumbien): 21.569 km Ankunft: Salento (Kolumbien): 21.917 km Etappe: 348 km Das nächste Ziel auf unserer Tour war ein ordentlicher Kontrast zur Wüste – es ging in die Region der kolumbianischen Kaffeeplantagen in eine…

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