Argentina     

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Arrival at ferry terminal entering Buenos Aires from Colonia, Uruguay
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Fashion shoot in BA
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Old churches are a must see
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Metal Art
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Janice asks Santa for paved roads.
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Janice is the only color in a city of grey.
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Tango dancers at a street fair
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Sunday market.
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Modern Buenos Aires
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Janice is again out-foxed by sidewalk traffic.
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A protester keeps an eye on us in Buenos Aires. Hours later these guys tried to set fire to City Hall.
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Common to other protests we saw, the security guys keep trouble away, even police cars.
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Touring desert wine country, Mendoza.
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Our second home, the local bike shop.
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Riding the dry east side of the Andes.
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Argentina: Big Sky Country
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Janice ponders her options.
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Riding the mud.
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Colorful canyon outside San Rafael
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Dry desert takes it's toll.
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Goat BBQ in Central Argentina.
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At the Rodeo!
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Janice stares down a puppy. The washboard road surface got worse as we headed south
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We camped by rivers when possible to avoid carrying so much water
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Unending search for downhills. This common road sign brought either joy or a mood killer for us
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East side of Andes was ever dryer as we travel south.
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Legendary Highway: Ruta Forty through what is claimed to be the highest concentration of volcanic calderas in the world
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A look at the Andes mountains that we were about climb into, to cross into Chile
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Spectacular geology as we climbed into the Andes Mountains
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Our camp in between border posts. We were visited by Argentine Army that eveing and after much discussion allowed to break camp and be escorted into Chile, rather then forced back down into the Argentine valley.
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Largest flying bird in the world, Andean Condor.
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Much of this bike load is water.
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Argentine Gauchos.
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Sign honors Doug's haircut.
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A look at the top. Into Chile and on to Patagonia