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Chile: the Patagonian Wonders

And the road continues south, and even when two riders enter the landscape, it is a solitude like no other…

pictures speak for themselves…

9 Comments

  • Hugo on Sep 15, 2013 Reply

    Excelentes tus fotografías y videos en You tube, vivo en la Patagonia cerca de las Torres del Payne y también tengo una KLR 650, con la cual recorro estos lugares, pero tus viajes inspiran a cualquiera a recorrer mas distancias y disfrutar de este viaje que es la vida. Felicitaciones.

    Hugo

  • wanderingwickershams on May 11, 2013 Reply

    Your photo eye continues to astound…new camera? Art & Judee

    • alison on May 15, 2013 Reply

      Thank you! You two have been an inspiration… I hope to see you soon!

  • algonquinecolodge on May 10, 2013 Reply

    Awesome photos! I was in Patagonia and hiked the “W”. If you get a chance you should do that. Spectacular scenery. But your photos really make me want to get a bike and head down there. SIgh. One day…

    • alison on May 15, 2013 Reply

      I had a couple friend that did that hike and said it was amazing. I wish I had been better prepared to do it myself. It would have been good to stretch the legs after so many days and miles of sitting.

  • Gabriel on May 10, 2013 Reply

    I can’t believe you’re almost to TdF! It seems like yesterday since we were talking over dinner at Natty’s wedding in Trinidad. You are a vicarious vehicle.

    • alison on May 15, 2013 Reply

      It went by so quick for me too… A little too quick. But a stellar experience!

  • The Rider on May 10, 2013 Reply

    A dream adventure! Enjoy every moment!

  • George F on May 10, 2013 Reply

    I agree, the pictures speak for themselves. Great pictures.

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