Despondency is dead.  At least for the moment.  Bicycle touring has its ups and downs and that feeling of ‘I love life on the road,’ has returned.  Not sure how we lost it in the first place, but now that it’s back I’ve decided to enjoy and leave the analyzing for another day.

Here are few photos of  the last few days in Argentina as we ride south from Buenos Aires on our way to Patagonia.

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Good riding ahead.
Not a car in sight.

Early morning ride,it’s chilly this time of year.

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One of my favorite camping spots, right by the laguna.

Beautiful campsite outside a friendly farm on a lonely country road
Great camp spot on a lonely country road near Sierra de la Ventana, Argentina

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Time for a little 'descanso' or rest in English

A Change of Mood
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  • arby
    November 13, 2010 at 3:23 PM
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    Well, it looks like I will have to say it: Hooray! Or maybe hurrah! For the change in mood, the blue skies, the paved roads, the laguna, and the good camping spots.
    Stash some of that big blue sky in a corner of your pack, this whole thing may be cyclic. rb

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  • Ed and Bobbie Gross
    November 23, 2010 at 4:34 AM
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    Hi Amaya and Eric……We are lost now that you have made it to South Argentina….and Chili…..What is it like in Ushuaia ? Did you see glaciers? Is it a tree-less area? What is the land like? Any bosonova? or is it still the Kings of Leon? Who lives there? What do they do? You have got to stop by and spend a couple days telling your story!!!! With best wishes and happy trails, Love and more, Besos, Ed and Bobbie

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  • World Biking
    November 29, 2010 at 10:34 PM
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    Hey Ed and Bobbie,

    Haven’t quite made it to Ushuaia and the glaciers…should make it for Christmas which will be a fine place to celebrate. The best gift we could receive. Hope you are well in Oregon.

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