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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by micko01, Jan 18, 2015.
So good to have you [both] back!
Appreciate your finishing the ride report. Thanks
Holy crap, glad to hear from you guys!
Very interesting, thanks for sharing!
Finally, the ride continues!
Awesome as always.
Thank you for continuing the RR. I have read all of it and have been waiting for an update. Best of luck with the work life.
Thanks Tan and Mic! Your pics and story are awesome. Glad to hear your back in the mines. Stay safe and keep up the great job.
YAY! Thanks guys.
Love that shirt Mick!
Another well written and photographed report. National Geographic quality or above. Love it.
Afterward we tried to get him to take some money but he refused. He said the fuel was from the company and it is fine. I said, “but what about your boss”. To which he said “I am the boss”. In this part of Congo, 60L of fuel costs a fortune. We were just stunned. Perhaps as the Cameroonian caretaker had been, but while my generosity (the extent of it at least) was inadvertent, this guys was not.
Emmm...it says so on his shirt, amiright?
On a serious note, this was another epic installment!
The recording of the Baaka children and their elders singing moved me a lot, and the tune sits in my head like a warm memory...
Jack's story is otherworldy....Quite incredible to think how all yours paths crossed and where they crossed!
Looking forward to more!
I saw this image and planned to ask mic when was finally time for a new shirt. It seems the situation resolved itself with out my input.
Great write up tan. I always enjoy you stories
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Very good RR
thanks for posting
I only just discovered this RR a couple weeks ago, took my time getting to this point. I look forward to reading more when it's ready! What an incredible journey.
What an ADVENTURE! Thanks for taking us along. J.
@Tan101 more please
Nice report, very interesting.
Brings back some memories when you were in Lubumbashi as I used to work there in 1990, though it was Zaire in those days.
The civil war made it to Lubumbashi when I was there....thank goodness the Belgium military made it at the same time and took over the airport and the hotel I was using. Happy days.....not! I could tell you some stories from those times.
Good to see the place seems have improved from then.
And yes, I do still have my very nice Malachite.
I would really love to see this adventure continue...
Happy New Year guys! No rush, but I can't wait to hear the continued chronicles, particularly West Africa, as I'll be living there!
G'day Tan & Mick, how's it going?