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Riding High: the Final Push Across the Pamir Plateau

“Injection” the nurse said intently. “Ummmm…I don’t know” answered Morgan uneasily. But the nurse wouldn’t have any of it. She waved him off and started digging through a plastic shopping bag, spilling unmarked bags of pills and wads of gauze … Continue reading

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Reducing Our Footprint

About two weeks ago when I first started cycling through Andhra Pradesh, I started noticing these rickshaws that were packed with 8 or more people in the early mornings. Then I would see them again in the late afternoons, just … Continue reading

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Lessons in Turkish Hospitality

95 kilometers, AKA time to look for a campsite. We reached our goal for the day, and the ride had been a demanding one. The Western stretch of the Black Sea coast in Turkey is beautiful, but cyclists pay for … Continue reading

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