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    Riding into the Sky...part two

    Evening all,

    Lisa and I are just prepping some photos for a magazine article in the USA and thought I'd share them here.

    These were taken during our ride through the Altiplano(approx' 16,500 feet alt.) in Bolivia but we'd simply not got around to looking at them let alone posting them anywhere.

    Right now we're in the States trying to sort out shipping ourselves and the bikes to Japan and then onto Eastern Russia and Mongolia.

    Hope you enjoyed.

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    Ride Far, Ride Safe...

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    Hei Simon, good to see you are still hard at it. You must have been away 4 years or more now.... Excellent pics as always, keep them coming.

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    Hey Andy How ya doin'?

    Yeah doesn't time fly, we set out on a little 2-year trip and we're still out. It's only becuase we're directionally Dyslexic and can't find our way back, but we're having fun being lost!

    It'll be 5-years on the road in two months time. We'ra at around the 103,000 mile stage right now but in June are heading up to Alaska before heading back into the USA and the East coast which will add another 10-15,000 miles.

    We got to be careful though as the cost of fuel in the states is hurting us. It's still cheap when compared to the UK, but after you've ridden through Venuzuala at onlly 5p for almost 5-litres, your kinda' spoiled.

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