Cycling in support of Limbs For Life

Cycling in support of Limbs For Life
Cycling in support of Limbs For Life

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Peruvian Gringo

Back in business! So as my everyday Spanish has come leaps and bounds. It took studying up on a bunch of spanish computer jargon to get the problem explained to a tech. 5 minutes later, photo problem

Grows, harvests, roasts, grinds and sells his own coffee

The first larger village I encountered in Peru. Back in coffee country


colorful flair to a dusty village

A little road side repair.  

Some friendly and curious friends. The girl in green had no problem digging in my panniers and pulling out what ever she found.

In search of the boat crossing of the Rio Maranon

Right lane may or may not be closed ahead.

Man, I love camping

I also have a soft spot for cable crossings

And socket wrenches made from axles


One less to toot its horn at me. Peruvian drivers love their horns.

Add picture rotation to my list of things to learn how to do. Anyways, this is the Museum in Leymebamba


Lunch break. I wish these huge mango trees were in season.

A 60km decent brought me down to a much drier climate back at the Rio Maranon... And this green tentacle tree 

fresh bit of pavement

MEN WITHOUT HATS back on tour in Peru

I rode a big chunk of this long climb at night. Switchback after switchback. The sky was clear and there were a Gazillion stars. It felt like I was just gonna climb right into them.

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