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  • #11

    Impianto fotovoltaico (Monday, 20 April 2015 12:47)

    Ho trovato questo sito tramite Google, buona giornata a tutti ;-)

  • #10

    Impianto fotovoltaico (Monday, 13 April 2015 13:54)

    Hi, nice website ;-)

  • #9

    Gordon (Friday, 27 March 2015 23:14)

    Hey guys sending you 2 messages concerning bike storage in Boliva
    We met in Baja California for a few moments.
    I also. Need to store my bike
    Thank you in advance for any information
    Hope your trip is great

    Cheers gord

  • #8

    DJ Mattison (Tuesday, 16 December 2014 16:58)


    Joe McDonough told me about your trip. I lived on Harlem Blvd. when you lived in Rockford. I left Rockford in 1986. Joe and I were friends in Rockford and reconnected when Joe and Ann moved to Madison.

    Your trip looks incredible. All the best. I like the motorcycles.


  • #7

    Kevin Burns (Saturday, 13 December 2014 18:21)

    What an incredible journey you’re on! I’m reliving our trip to Baja through your blog and photos.
    These experiences will forever be a source of inspiration and imagination for you. Emily you are one tough cookie! I remember the frustration of succumbing to the deep sand and crashing the KLR 3 times at the end of a long, hot day in the saddle. Stay aware, safe and in the moment.


    The point of the journey is never to arrive…..

  • #6

    Sharon (Tuesday, 16 September 2014 04:24)

    Hi Jay. I was just thinking about your trip and wondering how it was going so I finally looked up your blog! It's very inspiring and I will be looking for new updates. I liked Emily's first blog post about getting back up!
    I just had a dog tag made (yes, like in the military) and I could have anything I wanted written on it: I chose this: A smooth sea never made a good sailor.
    Take care.
    Sharon Dzik

  • #5

    Bjorn (Friday, 08 August 2014 18:15)

    Hi guys,

    We met you at a (very hot) gas station in Idaho, around Coure d'Alene (me on a KLR, my buddy on the white Triumph XC800).

    Jay, you walked back after you found a card to hand to me.

    Just wanted to let you know it wasn't a wasted effort, I found your site and will be following your trip. Hope you made it to Seattle and avoided the forest fires and all the best for the rest of your trip!


  • #4

    Ashleigh Wade (Thursday, 03 July 2014 02:01)


    I hope you and your wife have a fantastic time! It was absolutely a pleasure meeting you, and I will keep you in my thoughts.

    All the best,

    Ashleigh Wade

  • #3

    James Wilkinson (Thursday, 27 March 2014 19:20)

    This website came to me at a propitious time. I have been considering - I'm not in the "planning" stage yet - from Western Michigan to Santiago, Chile, using the same basic route you plan on and was stymied a bit (okay..a lot) by how to get through Darién Gap. Knowing that someone else has tackled that first will make my own planning smoother when I get there. Thank you and I wish you the best. I will be living through you vicariously.

  • #2

    Mike Hammes (Thursday, 30 January 2014 23:59)

    I wish you the safest of travels, the best of experiences and most importantly GOOD TIMES!

  • #1

    Sara (Thursday, 30 January 2014 18:17)

    I'm loving this! Best of luck! Safe and happy travels! Looking forward to your progress! Just keep living & live it right :-)

    take care!
    Sara (Anita's friend)