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  • 9 Months On

    This day 9 months ago I rode over Paso Garibaldi at the southern tip of Argentine Patagonia and ended my Pan-American bicycle journey after one year and three months on the road. It’s difficult to comprehend just where the time has gone between then and now. Only yesterday I was talking with some friends about more »

  • To the End of the World

    I tried not to think of Ushuaia as the ultimate goal for almost the entire length of this bicycle journey. After all, it should be the bits between Prudhoe Bay, Alaska and here that really count. Yet, rolling around that final snow-lined corner to see the southernmost city in the world neatly spread along the more »

  • Land’s End

    The wind beaten streets, the old industrial buildings and the converted turn of the century store fronts hint at a place located at the ends of the world and in another time. Names such as Avenida Magallanes and Calle Menendez point to stories of discovery and exploitation. Punta Arenas is the largest settlement in the more »

  • The Wild Patagonia

    The past 9 days have definitely been some of the wildest and most remarkable of the trip so far. I’m now in El Calafate, Argentina after windblown cycling on the historic Ruta 40, days gazing at the jagged and stunning Mt. Fitz Roy, standing awe-struck at the Perito Moreno glacier and crossing an international border that more »

 

 
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