The two other bikes are a 2013 R1200 GS WC and a F800 GS. Owned by Joaquim on the far right and his friend in the middle. They are from the southern part of Brazil and are on an Ushuaia tour via Ruta 3 down and Ruta 40 back. They will ride all the long way to Ushuaia today, while I will take it slow and stop in Rio Grande. I make a wrong turn and end up on a gravel road. I stop and check and its a 100 km of gravel before I'm back on the route. I decide to do the detour, since I have the time, and it will be a good test of the gravel down here and the Anakees. The gravel in Chile turns out to be fine, and I'm soon confident to go 90-100 kph. Oh yes. There are two border crossings today, entering Chile and ending up back in Argentina. They make it easy with a numbered process at each border point. Rio Grande was uneventful. Barren and flat like everything else in the last days. Now its the final push to the end of the world. A police check underway. As you go south on Ruta 3, the bushes become smaller and smaller and in the end only yellow grass will grow. The receptionist in Rio Grande tells me Ushuaia is so beautiful and that I can look foward to get there. I cant believe her, since it must be more of the same. Surely nothing can grow that far south. Within a hundred km of Ushuaia, things suddenly change. Trees, no forrests of trees, and mountains show up. Roads have curves in them. What a pleasant surprise. I had no idea, which only shows how little research I have done on my route and destinations. The drone gets to fly here in my excitement.