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Discussion in 'Epic Rides' started by Oisin, Mar 12, 2013.
Bought both e-books and enjoyed them.
Hmm, sounds like what they are doing to me.
I'm waiting for my fix.
I'm about to fall off the edge of my chair!!!!!
If you are currently in AZ, can I expect to see you at Overland Expo in May ? and if so it would be my pleasure to buy you a Guinness or two
last year about 5-7000 showed up, it was a good time
Never heard of OVERLAND EXPO ?----Where the hell have you been, Mongolia ?
Just southeast of Flagstaff May 17 thu 19 at Mormon lake lodge. Dude you gotta come, you'll love it.
Really hope to see ya there
I distinctly remember Oisin saying he didn't like crowds, while he was standing on the shores of Lake Louise.
I'm not trying to speak on your behalf, Oisin old son, but as you also said elsewhere on the same clip, once its out there on Youtube...............
PS - see, we do listen. Its not just eye candy.
It is Friday! I'm having withdrawals!
Tick ... Tick ... Tick ...
all that video editing and uploading takes forever.
thanks for sharing. not sure if you are still on the road. if you are, safe travels to you.
i started watching it all over again,this time on the big screen and even got my wife and son watching,after my wife finished watching the first episode,she looked at me and said "You need to get your passpport renewed and start learning Russian " God i love that woman !
PS if ever you find yourself in western NC your welcome to a couch , and free beer
Ride Safe & God Bless
Another good video, and some spectacular scenery. Keep up the good work.
I'm sure I mustn't be the only one watching your travels who has been in a slightly similar position. I once started to ride the UK coast, all packed up with my camera ready to hand to take lots of pics of beauty spots etc. But, also like most people, I ended up thinking - Sod it. I'm just going to enjoy the ride.
I also know how constantly thinking about what's worth shooting and what isn't, should I turn back and get that shot, light conditions, is it safe to stop here, etc. etc. can really occupy your mind to the detriment of the journey.
What you're doing is work, and it's much appreciated I can't imagine how much harder it is to come up with the dialogue on the fly, if I did it, it would be full of "errs", "ahs", and repeating myself all the time.
Thanks Oisin...another great episode...must get out to Alberta and Montana..definitely on the list..note to self "get off your arse and do it".
Another excellent one Oisin
Nice, enjoyed both of those tapes. I often wonder if the landscape in those areas (Montana) changed since Custer passed through those areas. How the heck did he not see that Indian village???....when i was there you could see for miles in any direction... I didn't think about that until i hit the road on the way to Sturgis. Wonder if they had big trees in that area back then??? IF the landscape looked like it does now those guys must have been freakin drunk.
Just watched episode 32...excellant....but I always go back and reprise Mongolian episodes...anyone else have a favorite??..for me definitely Mongolia..not sure why.
Damn! 2 in one week, excellent! Now you have set a precident don't ya know.....we expect 2 next week also....lol
Keep up the excellent work.....they are all worthy.....seriously.