15: Thailand, The 1864 curves of the Mae Hong Son Loop

After a long night of rooster calls and smoke filling the room, from burning fields in the valley below, we groggily awoke to prepare ourselves for the next day of riding in North West Thailand. The homestay we were residing in had a welcome paper laminated and translated to English to teach us a little …

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14: Thailand, Wedding Parties, Hills and Hard Boiled Eggs

Plummeting downwards from the high point near Doi Inthanon we tested the full capabilities of our current disc brake pads. The jungle changed as we dropped in elevation and it became drier and farmland began to appear once more through the patches of hillside in the steep jungle valleys around us. We arrived at my …

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12: Reconnecting With Home & a New Beginning in Southeast Asia

Daniel and I finished our journey on the Pacific Crest Trail in October and knew we wanted to spend some time at home for awhile before setting out on another adventure. We were glad to have a couple months to reconnect with family and friends, take in the comforts of home--especially cooking and eating as …

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