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I guess one of the greatest things about your adventure is the wealth of experience you gain along the way. Lucky You. I’ve been fascinated with your blogs, discovering them only days ago when I went looking for some parts for my GS850, which I just bought, from a young lady who was divesting her deceased father’s assets after a tragic plane crash. Her loss brought me a beautiful GS in pristine order, and I ride it proudly in honour of the man that kept his bike so well since he bought it in 1979.
I am happy to be able to donate to your cause Chris, and wish you well in all your travels. I know you will complete your course and come out enriched by all your experiences.
Thanks for subscribing and for your kind words. And congrats on your new GS
although I’m sorry for the previous owner. This journey only became what it
is when I completely put the directions and expectations aside. And everyday
brings something new to do. I’m honored to have you as a supporter and I
hope that I don’t disappoint.
Um..wow! She couldn’t be any more gorgeous! And I love that look on your face! 🙂
Hola como estas ? me pregunto cuando estaras de regreso. Saludos desde Paraguay con mucho cariño.
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Follow the journey: six continents, two-hundred countries and twenty-four time zones, as I ride my motorcycle around the world to raise funds and awareness for the number one cause of death in the world: Hunger.
-O. Christopher Sorbi
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