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Yesterday, I loaded up the left side pannier with the dried food, gas stove, butane fuel and few other should have tools (as the tool you need is always the tool you don’t have) and then I stuffed my sleeping bag in there.   504 more words

On My Bike

Our first decent size problem (and Yosemite National Park)

Leaving San Francisco via the Golden Gate bridge on a chilly foggy morning, we headed north around the Bay, past San Quentin Prison (not a place I would ever like to spend a night!) and back across the Richmond Bridge (our first ever double decker bridge) to Berkeley. 1,465 more words

Road Trip

Days 5 & 6 - Prairies

Corn. As far as the eye can see. Minnesota is corn. With some soybean in between. Does your society live of nothing else than corn? 441 more words

Out West

Day 4 - Navy Pier, Chicago

Navy Pier in Chicago. Somehow, through dense Saturday afternoon traffic, without map & without any clue about the layout of this city, somehow we end up at Navy Pier. 243 more words

Out West

Sweet Sisters

For there is no friend like a sister 
In calm or stormy weather;
 To cheer one on the tedious way, 
To fetch one if one goes astray, 
To lift one if one totters down, 
To strengthen whilst one stands.   388 more words

Family

You're Going To Do What Now?

So, my girlfriend and I have decided to embark on a Great (gay) American Tour! We will be visiting 16 states next summer (maybe 18, that’s still under discussion), and make a point of stopping to visit national monuments, state parks, national parks, and some of the “weird” sight-seeing options of America. 116 more words

Adventure

The Silence of the Snow (14-15th July, 2014)

This post is a bit late considering I was in no rush to upload it and I have been having trouble with my laptop for the past couple of months now. 390 more words

Adventure