Updated: November 13, 2020
If all goes as planned, I’ll be back in Colombia in just a few weeks. Of course, during these unpredictable days, anything can change at a moment’s notice.
I’ve been locked down in Argentina since March 20, 2020. We are still in quarantine here in Buenos Aires. For those of you who are counting, that’s just over seven months.
The government has been slowly phasing in different businesses since June. Last week they finally reopened the airports for limited service. All of that adds up to good news for me – I’m finally able to leave Argentina with my motorcycle.
After a few months, my new laptop and editing gear finally arrived! The first episode in a new series is finally on YouTube and more are on the way.
I’ve added a few bonus photos at the end of this post for you to enjoy!
In the first episode of STORIES I share my Patagonia riding adventure that took place in February 2020. This was the last ride I had before the world changed and I was locked down in Buenos Aires.
I rode from Cartagena, Colombia all the way to Ushuaia, Argentina. This story begins when I meet Ayleen Martinez and we explore the Carretera Austral.
I was honored to be a guest on an episode of Bret Tkacs’ podcast, Around The Wheel. This episode focuses on the critical skills needed for international travel on a motorcycle.
Here are a few excerpts from that conversation with some videos of my travels mixed into the conversation. I hope you enjoy it.
I was invited to be a guest on the new ADVMoto Pod podcast hosted by Nathan Slabaugh.
Ever have a breakdown on the side of a road? Have you been stuck in a far off land due to the weather, medical issues, a new romance? Whatever the case may be, these sorts of interruptions are a regular occurrence in the adventure world.