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Summits Not Right

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Dan Lying in the snow after falling for the umpteenth time, I was beginning to get a little frustrated, and to say I hated the fucking crampons that were strapped to my feet was a major understatement. Glancing over to…
On a Saturday night we fly out of Buenos Aires, bound for someplace north….it’s a long and winding road home to South Dakota from here for me, and this will be the first step of many.  I find other than... <a href="https://sturgischick.wordpress.com/2015/07/02/seattle-shortstop/">Read More ›</a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sturgischick.wordpress.com&blog=49567018&post=5882&subd=sturgischick&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Seattle Shortstop

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On a Saturday night we fly out of Buenos Aires, bound for someplace north….it’s a long and winding road home to South Dakota from here for me, and this will be the first step of many.  I find other than…
The penguins where the star of the show and the trail through the park let us get very close to them.

The never ending Ruta 3

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Argentina is a huge country. It took driving up the Atlantic coast for me to truly grasp just how gigantic it was. Before starting our never ending push north to Uruguay, we were constantly crossing back and forth across Chile…
Witt takes apart the refrigerator for something like the fifth time.

Cold Beer is Overrated

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About three weeks ago when we first pulled into San Pedro de Atacama after crossing the Salar de Uyuni, our refrigerator stopped working. Part of the reason we stayed in San Pedro for so long (other than work) was to…
Standars? What's a Standars?

Getting High

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HeatherWe were pretty stoked after the Galapagos and we’re excited to start exploring the Central Valley of Ecuador. Our main goal here was to get acclimated to the altitude and get ourselves ready for some challenging hikes further south.…
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Getting back to North America

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After nearly two years on the road, we have finally reached the end of our planned travel in South America. We could go on and on, I think, as far as riding this continent or moving on to others.  There…
Tiny Pepe and friends with a BIG boat

Hola Colombia, Hola South America!

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13 of April… We got up early. It wasn’t hard…. Somehow our luxurious camping spot outside the 24hr Super99 supermarket (neon lights, lots of people, 30 degree heat all night) didn’t give us the sleep we were hoping for. But…
<p>All of these campgrounds can be found on iOverlander. Los Abuelos Date Visited: 11/17/2014 Location: -22.90598, -68.20464 (Altitude: 7940 feet) A fairly nice (but pricey) campground outside of San Pedro. It cost us 20,000 a night for camping. They have nice clean bathrooms and a pool. Not worth the $33 US they charge. Soccer match […]</p>
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Camp Site List: Chile

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All of these campgrounds can be found on iOverlander. Los Abuelos Date Visited: 11/17/2014Location: -22.90598, -68.20464 (Altitude: 7940 feet)A fairly nice (but pricey) campground outside of San Pedro. It cost us 20,000 a night for camping. They have…

Budget: Chile

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King of the Seas

Going Ga Ga for the Galapagos

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Heather Early on in the planning stages we had decided that we would be going to the Galapagos Islands.  Dan had visited them in 2004 and had really enjoyed the experience, he wanted to go back and wanted me to…
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Vino Argentino

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Red wine and steak. Steak and red wine. For many, these two indulgences go hand in hand and are the first things you think of when you hear the name Argentina. We are no different. In fact, I wouldn’t be…
Colonia del Sacramento is the only UNESCO world heritage site in all of Uruguay, and we have already heard that this village of cobblestoned streets and remnants of forts is a lovely place to visit.  It was originally settled in 1680... <a href="https://sturgischick.wordpress.com/2015/06/21/colonia-del-sacramento-uruguay/">Read More ›</a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sturgischick.wordpress.com&blog=49567018&post=5821&subd=sturgischick&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

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Colonia del Sacramento is the only UNESCO world heritage site in all of Uruguay, and we have already heard that this village of cobblestoned streets and remnants of forts is a lovely place to visit.  It was originally settled in…
The guanacos were not scared of me at all. Having no people in the park (aside from us) kept the wildlife from being scared off.

All alone in Pali-Aike National Park

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When we were in Argentina in Perito Moreno National Park we met a Swiss couple who had started their trip in Ushuaia and were working their way up north. They told us about a small national park in Chile on…
Brian and I have a bright spot on the horizon in Uruguay, and his name is Pete.  He is a friend we met back in Mexico and who graduated with the same class of Stahlratte travelers. Pete will be last... <a href="https://sturgischick.wordpress.com/2015/06/18/montevideo-uruguay/">Read More ›</a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sturgischick.wordpress.com&blog=49567018&post=5804&subd=sturgischick&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Montevideo, Uruguay

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Brian and I have a bright spot on the horizon in Uruguay, and his name is Pete.  He is a friend we met back in Mexico and who graduated with the same class of Stahlratte travelers. Pete will be last…

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