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Old 10-08-2013, 02:36 PM   #376
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very interesting ride .... three years ? ....

noticed your interest in Che awhile back ... tough nut to crack that one - freedom fighter on the one hand, murderous thug on the other !

he was just as bad as some of the people he and Fidel were replacing.
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Old 11-12-2014, 02:10 PM   #377
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So what did you end up doing with the trusty Alp Ship it or sale it?
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Old 11-20-2014, 09:03 PM   #378
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very interesting ride .... three years ? ....

noticed your interest in Che awhile back ... tough nut to crack that one - freedom fighter on the one hand, murderous thug on the other !

he was just as bad as some of the people he and Fidel were replacing.
It only took me a year to get back to you...sorry 'bout that! But yeah, we were on the road almost 3 years. And have now happily settled back in Denver, CO.

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So what did you end up doing with the trusty Alp Ship it or sale it?
We ended up selling the ol' TA in Argentina, in a much quicker fashion than we expected. Long story short, we had a scare on the finca which included hoods, ropes, clubs, knives, axes, unspeakable threats, hours of ransacking, and a loss of all of the money we had, so we sold the bike and caught a flight home. As much as we love latin america, it felt really nice to be back in the states!

When you are making it back to your steed in VZ?
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Old 11-20-2014, 09:17 PM   #379
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It only took me a year to get back to you...sorry 'bout that! But yeah, we were on the road almost 3 years. And have now happily settled back in Denver, CO.



We ended up selling the ol' TA in Argentina, in a much quicker fashion than we expected. Long story short, we had a scare on the finca which included hoods, ropes, clubs, knives, axes, unspeakable threats, hours of ransacking, and a loss of all of the money we had, so we sold the bike and caught a flight home. As much as we love latin america, it felt really nice to be back in the states!

When you are making it back to your steed in VZ?
Wow!!!!! This story needs to be wrote up

Thinking I may be heading back a whole lot sooner than I ever expected, I'll know more in a few months, just got to get caught up with my old report...
Always something, glad you guys got back in one piece from the sounds of it. It's easy living up here
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