Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Therapy of Bike Touring

I could hear the truck behind me slowing down so it could pull up alongside me. I was riding my bicycle down the narrow highway from Mestia — a town perched high up in the Georgian mountains. As the sounds … Continue reading

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A Statement of Our Goals

One of the supporters of this trip expressed concern that Chris and I might be losing focus on our Journey.  I understand where they were coming from, our vision and our tactics have shifted a lot since the beginning of … Continue reading

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Postulate One By the Numbers

The bikes are boxed, the panniers packed. In just 24 hours, Postulate One is headed to India! It’s a big moment for us. We’re officially one third of the way through this grand undertaking, and tomorrow’s plane hop across the … Continue reading

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The Story Behind the Story We Found in Georgia

We entered Georgia with empty heads.  It is safe to say that we knew almost nothing about the country we were about to cross, and less about the culture of its people. From this base of knowledge, we had three … Continue reading

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Chris Checks in as we Hitchhike Back from Mt. Ushba

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