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Viewing the World from a Two-Wheeled Perspective Interview

Posted by on Oct 31, 2010 in Adventure for the CURE, Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Mexico & Central America, Motorcycle Vagabonding, Nicaragua, Other Press, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Press, South America, USA | 2 comments

This week Chilly White of interviewed me about my Mexico-Central-South America Ride. Click here for the full interview and see the pictures below. [Oops, he still has not published the article, yet I do not want to remove from my posts and have a non-working link} Many of them are new and never published. Please follow and like...

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Last Article Up – Coming Home to Culture Shock

Posted by on Aug 21, 2010 in Argentina, Motorcycle Vagabonding, Press, Articles, South America, USA | Comments Off on Last Article Up – Coming Home to Culture Shock Please follow and like...

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SO what’s next?

Posted by on Aug 8, 2010 in Motorcycle Vagabonding, USA | 1 comment

Hm. I think it’s fairly impossible to just step back into your previous life after a journey like I’ve taken. I think 6+ months out of your daily routine, 6+ months all alone, 6+ months learning to rely 100% on yourself in ways you never imagined, is a powerful catalyst for change. Travel enables one to see their life, their circumstances, and their habits from a unique perspective in a way that nothing else does. And being out of a routine for 6+months allows you to see your routine as just that–routine, and not necessarily as a way life “is” or necessarily has to be.   So now I can *choose* what I want in my life, and what I don’t. I now have an opportunity to *choose* what to spend my time, money and attention on, instead of coming...

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Seattle to Idaho

Posted by on Jul 18, 2010 in Motorcycle Vagabonding, USA | 2 comments

May 19-23, 2010 My flight from Buenos Aires stopped in Houston, where I cleared myself through customs. I’d been out of the country 7 months, had 26 extra pages tacked into my passport, and they only said “welcome home”. I DID ask for a stamp 🙂 and I got it. Karen picked me up at the Sea-Tac airport, and brought me back to her place in Snohomish, North-West of Seattle. It was a sunny day, cool-ish, 70-ish, and I remember thinking it was a lot nicer here than in Buenos Aires. That night we went to an ADVrider meet & greet some nice folks had set up, and I got to meet lots of great motorbikers, Seattle locals. Timmer was going to help me at the airport, but Continental Cargo took their sweet time in getting the bike to...

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