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Discussion in 'Epic Rides' started by Radioman, May 19, 2011.
Holy Doodle! You been a busy traveling man. Just got home and am checking in (been off the grid since the 27th of Aug.) I just wanted to say I really enjoyed hanging with you up in your playground and am very happy the Bike was a relative easy fix.
All the best to you on your return south........ I, as many, many others, will be following along. .
Sam it was great having some good weather in PNW to show you about! !! Less than 18 hours and I will be sitting on a plane headed for Quito.
Wrapping up final packing so that I am ready for the 3:30 AM alarm ... off the the airport at 4AM :)
God's speed & a safe flight.
Looking forward to the continued journey
Via con Dios, my friend. May your fuel tank be every full, the beer be always cold and the roads full of gravel and adventure!
Mark! Good luck and fun travels filled w/ adventure. I will wear my hat that you gave me as soon as I stop having hot flashes
Safe travels Mark, looking forward to the next installment of your SA adventures...oh, a little treat for you too
Have a Safe and a fun filled trip ...Mark ....
looking forward to the next installment!
Safe travels Mark... I wish I had been able to visit you one last time at the last gathering... I'll be watching and following along.
This is beginning to sound like you might be late for the PDX Meet-Up Thursday night, by maybe a year or two. We'll save a spot for you.
Go far, see lots, post much.
Via Con Dios.
All the best with the next part of your journey.
Muchos Gracias!! I am finished packing and have a 6:30 flight in the morning. That means up at 3:30 Am to head to airport :eek1
But I am ready to get back to riding South America!!!
Travel safe Radioman!
Have a great trip.
Hope that you have a safe and adventurous journey onwards.
Will be following along as usual.
Jorg hoping to make to Africa at some point in this journey!
Just before 5 am on Tuesday September 11th. Sitting at the airport after my buddy Dave got up to drive me at 4AM. Thanks Dave! It is a reflective day more me as I restart the Adventure in South America, and also as I think about the Fateful day 11 years ago. Remember vividly waking up with my lovely wife, and watching the news as we were walking out the door to go to work, then hearing the details expand and the second plane hit while I was in the car.
It has changed our world in so many ways. So many suffered great losses that day, and it changed so much of our daily lives. Sadness and grief for all the losses.
Had been on the World Trade Center towers dozens of times. Hard to grasp that they no longer exist and it happened in an Attack on America.
My Step son looking down..... (he is now 26 :huh)
My wife and I were in NYC less that 2 weeks after ..... Walked within two blocks and saw all the signs of people looking for loved ones in Union Square.
Lots to think about on days like today. Looking forward to sharing the road with you as I get to Quito, retrieve my bike and start riding south!
I have been following your inspirational story for a long time and am thankful you are sharing it with us. I tell everyone about your adventures and and the great stories and pictures. Have a safe flight and we look forward to more SA!
Good luck, be safe and keep having an awesome adventure!
Mark, have an epic trip down yonder. I was able to visit a little with Sam between mouthfuls of prime rib at the Happy Trails Rally in Kamiah, Id this weekend and I'm sure he's thinking of you and wishing you the best of travels. He mentioned he didn't have much of a internet conn. where he was so had a hard time keeping up to date with your travels. Take care and don't drink the water. Very nice pic of you and your wife Mark. RJ in Walla Walla.