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Finding Balance

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Lately we feel we have reached middle ground. With the house sold, we are no longer home owners, and yet we are also not yet on the road. We reside here in the middle, in a place in between roots…
We made it back to the USA. We couldn't believe our luck when we picked up the truck at the port in Jacksonville without a hitch. El Tigre sailed from Argentina to the USA for 5+ weeks and everything worked out great. We were prepared for so many disas...

Back to the USA

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We made it back to the USA. We couldn’t believe our luck when we picked up the truck at the port in Jacksonville without a hitch. El Tigre sailed from Argentina to the USA for 5+ weeks and everything worked…
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Back to the Beach ~ for a Wedding

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Our little pack just returned from our first trip to the beach since May, a nearly unprecedented length of time away from our favorite place. This weekend brought us to Pacific City, a place we swore never again to camp…
Okay so we’re a few months behind, but really, news is only relevant to whether you've heard it or seen it previously, so before we return to Greece and onward to our 40,000 mile expedition across Asia, following the Silk Road, we have to tell you a little bit about my birthday. It was the big 7-0, so I was told I could do anything I wanted that was legal. Humm---<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/TurtleExpedition/~4/TON04v4dEfs" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>

Gary’s Birthday 1/2015

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Okay so we’re a few months behind, but really, news is only relevant to whether you’ve heard it or seen it previously, so before we return to Greece and onward to our 40,000 mile expedition across Asia, following the Silk…
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A Lazy Respite at the Lake

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During what has been a rather hectic summer for us, our camping plans diminished to almost nothing. Unlike our normal two-three trips per month, we were approaching mid summer with only our anniversary trip to Timothy Lake to talk about.…
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THROUGH IDAHO TO MONTANA

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THREE REASONS WHY TODAY IS JUST “ONE OF THOSE DAYS” A bowl of cornflakes and a fog of diesel exhaust never make for a great combination. The exhaust causes us to gag and choke and very soon, if we stay…
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Dispatch from Maine

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We’re halfway through our month on the East Coast. Now on our 11th week on the road, we’ve been through 21 states, and yesterday we rolled over the 10,000 mile mark since leaving British Columbia last September. And for the…
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Welcome (Again) to USA

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Depois de um ótimo jantar com nossos amigos Thiago e Lais em Calgary no dia 23/07/15, era hora de mais uma vez dizer tchau para esse país incrível. Na manhã do dia 24/07/15 pegamos a Highway 2 sentido Sul e…
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California: more discoveries …

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After camping and exploring 4 wonderful National Parks (Death Valley, Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon) we headed to the XPCamper factory in Grass Valley, CA. On the way we spent a couple of nights in Sacramento, California’s Capital, to regroup…
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WYOMING: BRONCOS AND BULLS

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How much would you need to be paid to ride an “X-Treme” bull? Whatever it is would never be enough. I’ve no doubt the dudes riding these wild bulls are some of the toughest sportsmen in the world. I reckon…
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ACROSS THE GREAT PLAINS

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‘THE PLAINS ARE LARGE AND WIDE. WE ARE THE CHILDREN OF THE PLAINS. IT IS OUR HOME AND THE BUFFALO HAS BEEN OUR FOOD ALWAYS.’ CROWFOOT, APATOHSI PIKUNI (BLACKFOOT) 1877. (THE PHOTO IS A DEPICTION OF A BISON HUNT AND…
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North America By Motorcycle (update)

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I’m falling behind with writing posts about our trip across the country, but we’ve continued to travel. The miles are adding up, and so are the months, and it’s hard to keep track of it all! We started from Kelowna …
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Nova Scotia- we made it!

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From a few days at Fundy National Park, the travel adventure began! Driving across the countryside on the back roads of New Brunswick was beautiful scenery. We grabbed a few geocaches along the way. We spotted a shoe tree  We…
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California: 4 amazing National Parks

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After Las Vegas, our next destination was Death Valley National Park famous for being the hottest place on Earth. On July 10, 1913 a reading of 134 degrees Fahrenheit (56 Celsius) was recorded. We made it to the small town…
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Iô-Iô na Califórnia

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Não, não ficamos loucos e sim, o título está correto. Por conta de problemas com o carro estamos indo e voltando a Los Angles em um verdadeiro efeito iô-iô. Após San Francisco no dia 09/06/15 nós fomos para Napa, famosa…
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Smutny-Jones Family

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Como comentamos em um post anterior, durante a nossa estadia no hotel Explora de San Pedro de Atacama entramos acidentalmente em um tour privativo de grupo de executivos e políticos da Califórnia. Lá conhecemos o Patrick Mason, que visitamos em…
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IMAGES OF THE CANYONLANDS

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THE GRAND CANYON IS ONE OF THOSE PLACES THAT, NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU’VE SEEN THE PHOTOGRAPHS, THE REALITY NEVER FAILS TO OVERWHELM THE SENSES. HERE IS A LAND THAT HAS TORN ITSELF APART, REVEALING A SEQUENCE OF ROCK…
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USA 11 – The majestic mountains of the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming…..one of our favourite parks.

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16th  – 21st June 2014  – A grey day with some rain as we head north for the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.  We pass through Brigham City and then Logan, where the road takes us through Cache National…

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