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Thread: In search of Father Jack.

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    Brilliant and inspiring. Delighted you "found" Father Jack

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    Thanks. Glad you enjoyed it. Was a great trip, the little 125 served me well. Wishing I had that bike still down there.

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    Hi! What a wonderful adventure. So well documented with your write up and photos. I’m up since six this morning, what a great start to the day. I loved the family connection. Thanks for sharing.

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    Hi, thanks for the comments. Great to see people are still enjoying that write up. Was lucky with the timing. I was initially planning to return in April for the last leg up to Tanzania. Then thought, I can miss out out on a couple of cold months in UK by going down in January. That proved to be a great decision, allowing me to finish before UK lockdown and before flights got difficult, even if it rained a tiny bit.

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    It was A real pleasure to meet you and Simon at the weekend


    What an amazing adventure Jim, the little Suzuki lapped it up.

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    Yes, agree. The Suzuki was the star. Like me it didn't like gravel but coped with everything else. I'm sure it still being ridden around northern Tanzania. Glad you enjoyed it!

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