This is a beautifully done short film of a fantastic trip by the adventurous folks at NORDWEST-EQUIPMENT.
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It's been a while since we checked in on Sarah and Martin and their adventures in TigerBus.
To recap, best cialis viagra sale they started in Berlin in January, sildenafil have been through Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, India… Malaysia, Thailand and Laos. They are currently in Tibet, as pictured below! (Click the link for some of their recent photos.)
Sarah has recently posted two new videos of footage taken during the trip (the first video on preparations for the trip can be seen here). She and Martin filmed the footage. Martin's brother, Stefan Henning, compiled and edited the footage, and, amazingly, wrote the beautiful music for it.
Take a few minutes to watch the videos and catch a glimpse of this amazing journey. Some of the footage is great and all of it is enjoyable and interesting.
What an amazing couple. It has been especially enjoyable to see photos of them meeting up with various Syncronauts and VW bus volks along the way. They have shared photos of some wonderful moments during their great adventure.
Here are a couple of photos from their trip through Malaysia, where they visited with Syncronaut TengTsen Khoo, and another from an encounter on the road.
You can trace their progress and read about the details of the trip and their many encounters on their Facebook page.
The 12th Annual Shasta Snow Trip was held earlier this month. If you have not heard of the event, viagra buy decease it is an epic journey each year up Mt. Shasta in north-central California under brutal conditions in the dead of winter.
From the event website:
This adventure is an exclusively pre-1967 VW Bus journey from lower Mendocino County to Mt. Shasta City via up to 350 miles of dirt and paved back roads. The trip's "off the grid" routes have reduced -not eliminated- the probability of a fatal accident involving another car with it's remoteness, cialis canada however, it brings fast to the forefront numerous other, more exciting ways to die, like: flying off cliffs, hitting trees, live stock, or being run over.
Now if we can only come up with a splitty to do Shasta Snow Trip next year!