Monthly Archives: March 2012

Reporting in from Munich

The Velo DeVille is back! Now sporting a flashy, Halloween-Orange paint job (orange being the cheapest color available), Morgan’s bicycle is once again tearing up the roads of Western Europe. In fact, since Saturday the “Spook Mobile” has helped carry … Continue reading

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In the Swiss Education System, Your Future is Determined at Age 12

Imagine having to tell a child’s parents that their 12-year-old isn’t going to be attending a University in his/her lifetime — that their son or daughter has been deemed unqualified to continue a normal education.  This is exactly what Sonja … Continue reading

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Changing the Way We Think

From Paris to Basel, Chris and I were stressed. As we shivered in our tent that first night, camped as if in a dream by a beautiful French Chateau, the enormity of what we were trying to do settled on … Continue reading

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Help Us Do Epic Things

On our way to Bucharest, Chris and I will be simplifying our coverage a little bit. The people we bring you won’t really be visionaries, mostly because we can’t find them until we set up camp for longer than a … Continue reading

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Bicycle Crashes: A Slight Setback

It was a tough day for the Postulate One Project. Long story short: Morgan crashed his bicycle into a Dumpster. A third of the way into our ride, he was going around a corner, and looked down to adjust his … Continue reading

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