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World Champion

World Champion

By on Nov 9, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

So it was to prove as the long standing distance record was smashed on the very first run by Martin Robson from the UK. The Americans were beaten in their own backyard and a new world champion was crowned.

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Call my Bluff

Call my Bluff

By on Oct 30, 2015 in Blog | 3 comments

Yet despite the great benefits that this meticulous approach can bring, it is sometimes the completely unplanned that can bring the greatest rewards. Bluff is such an example.

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Sent by a Hells Angel

Sent by a Hells Angel

By on Oct 21, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Gonul listened hard, trying to be sure that she was understanding correctly for it sounded to her like the man we were talking to had just said he’d been shot. She looked at me for confirmation and I nodded. Wild Bill had been shot. He’d also been stabbed multiple times and he’d ridden with an outlawed gang.

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Wet wet wet

By on Oct 19, 2015 in Blog | 3 comments

Seven nights in motels/hotels. No rain. Turn up at the Grand Canyon to camp, start putting up the tent and an almighty thunderstorm explodes drenching us. Wet, wet, wet. Ten minutes after we finish, it stops.

Later on, still damp, we start cooking. Halfway through another thunderstorm explodes right above us – no seconds between lightning and thunder – and as Gonul carries on preparing pasta and veggies, I hold a bin bag above her head and the gas hob. It’s getting dark (at 6pm) and as I hold the bag up, rain pours down my sleeve soaking my fleece. My shorts are saturated as the rain lashes both of us.

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Caves to blow you away

Caves to blow you away

By on Oct 5, 2015 in Blog | 2 comments

Timpanogos caves are amazing. At times they take your breath away as each twist and turn forces another “wow” to be emitted. But we have just seen some even more amazing.

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