Argonauts — Adventurers and Explorers — on the cutting edge frontier.
Here’s a little story from Peter Gostelow, a friend cycling Africa that recently had a misadventure with a machete.
Kevin Shannon, a friend of mine, will soon be setting off on his world tour to combat “combat stress”.
At first Heinz Stucke, the man who is rumored to have done more bicycle touring than anyone in history, was just a rumor. Then I met someone who met someone who met Heinz, and then not too long ago I met someone who met Heinz, confirming that he is still going.
Here’s a couple exploring what it means to “live outside the lines”.
I recently had an interview on a local morning TV show. It was an adventure all by itself. Getting a behind the scenes look at
My story on the Monterey evening news. Kudos to the reporter at KION 46, PJ Javaheri, for his professionalism and thoroughness while at the same time being a basically down-to-earth guy, who does all the reporting, writing, filming and editing of multiple stories all in one day, every day.
My mom lost her job yesterday with Coldwell Banker. After 23 years they just walked in and said that her position was “eliminated” and that
Today argonauts broke the record for the quickest unsupported, unassisted expedition to the South Pole.
This guy makes me super jealous. I mean I can actually feel my skin burn, and get a little angry that he got so “lucky” to attract the media’s attention and go super nova. But then again I could call this same feeling inspiration.
The 2008 Friendship Rally. I met Rick & Diana Dyke-Price in Bryce Canyon National Park, a beautiful stop over for any world traveler.
Ian Hibell is a bicycle tourer that makes me feel like I should take the training wheels off my bike. Ian traveled 10 times further than what I did, about the equivalent of 10 times around the equator over his 40-year travel career.
Chris Pederson and Danny Stitt are about to begin a bicycle tour of Africa. They will be taking the eastern route from Kampala through Tanzania and Mozambique.