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Jan 18, 2012:

Day One (The Ride Begins!)

Kilometers to Date: 0.100 (330 ft)

We woke up to rain, which then lightened and so we jumped out of bed and started packing.



We went and got a bundle of fracturas!

The rain lets up and so we start packing. After 5 weeks, we are finally taking down the tent.

Christi packs up the tent, which left its mark.

Wow, we're finally going? Christi walks it out of camp...

Now 10 meters (33 ft) from Camp #33. We are on our way!! Alaska, here we come!

We stop to say "farewell" to the folks at La Pista del Andino campground (Pablo, Leo, and Tauru). Behind is the bar that we've been hanging out at for the past 5 wks.

Christi talks about the upcoming ride and the afternoon ahead. The morning rain had delayed us, and packng after a 5-week stay took longer than anticipated.

Two blind to ride en route to Alaska on the other side of the globe.

BUT! We wanted to see some other folks off, but they weren't going to be around for another hour or so. We waited... and waited. We realized we needed to get some cash for the next couple of days/weeks, but the banks were closed! And then it started to rain hard!

It was now 4pm, and with the bank issue, we decided to stay for the night. But we wouldn't return to Camp #33. Instead, we are camping out on the 2nd floor of the bar.

Tomorrow. Tal vez manana... maybe tomorrow!


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