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May 01, 2006 in Press Kit | Permalink
Go Goat Boy, and stay safe, I want to do more RV ditch driving in Thompson Pass. Good luck Jason hope to see you soon. E
Eric Hultin |
June 09, 2006 at 03:46 PM
Roman, Jason, Ryan,
Way to go!! We're following your progress from salida. It's cool reading about all the wildlife. We're facing our own challenges here getting ready for the PQ in 3 days, so we won't be able to check after 6/22, but best of luck from all of us!
Mark, Jason, Andy, Jen
Jen's Men |
June 19, 2006 at 09:04 PM
...one more river to cross! Forget umiaks and think anti-gravity!
Texanna Slim |
June 27, 2006 at 11:22 AM
I heard your story on NPR. My husband, Dave, and friend Jon, are right now camped north of the Brooks Range, and hiking in the area. I doubt you'll run into them; looks like you're headed south. But in case you do, tell them their wives said hello! Best of luck to you on completing your trek!
June 30, 2006 at 10:19 AM
Hey Roman, Ryan and Jason. I am a friend of Lori Meadors in Fresno and she showed me what you were up to since I'm a climber and backcountry fool. You guys are hardcore. I'm sure you guys are in animal mode by now. Iv'e been checking on your progress here and there. Sounds like you're still plugging away strong. I wish you good health and adventure for the remainder of the journey. Be strong, be tough, and soak up some isolation for those of us back in civilization who wish we could get lost more often. I'd love to see photos sometime, so let me know if you will be posting them somewhere when you get back.
July 10, 2006 at 10:29 AM
You guys are the most hardcore adventure seekers this side of the moon. The world hasn't seen the likes of you since Columbus and Lewis and Clark. Very inspirational. Keep up the good work and long live ultralight!!!
Adrian Stingaciu |
July 18, 2006 at 07:12 AM
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