Here is a gallery of some of our favorite photos from our Asia/South America tour (2013-2015)!
Yoga in the mountains with friends, Argentina Patagonia.
Cycling into Torres del Paines, Patagonia.
Dinner anyone? Soup and spaghetti (with a vegetable sauce) seem to be our speciality, Turkey 2014.
Cycling the Pan American, Chile 2015.
Cycling through Northern India, 2014.
One of many river crossings throughout the Indian Himalayas, 2014.
Home sweet home, India 2014.
Wearing one of the suits an Indian family had gifted me months before on my 21st birthday, Nepal 2014.
Our bikes enjoying Cappadocia, Turkey 2014.
Loving the sun, Turkey 2014.
A family in a slum who took me in when I was tea doing alone, India 2013.
Of course, the trudge up wasn’t always easy… India 2014.
There was wonderful camping almost every night on the Carretera Austral, Patagonia 2015.
The lakes in Patagonia were simply stunning, 2015.
The magnificent Fitz Roy, Patagonia 2015.
Some Nepali children playing while their parents worked, India 2013.
Some of the most wonderful and colorful ladies who took me in in rural far-western Nepal, 2013.
Some wonderful Sikh men who helped me out when the times got tough, India 2013.
The Baha’i temple in Delhi, India 2013.
Surviving the rain, Georgia 2014
One of the villages in Cappadocia, Turkey 2014.
Cycling into the storm, Turkey 2014.
Cycling from Kashmir to Ladakh over a beautiful snowy pass, India 2014.
A beautiful empty road, Turkey 2014.
Enjoying the Himalayas, India 2014
A babaji and I in India, 2013.
Loving life, India 2013.
The thrill of making it to the top of a pass, Georgia 2014.
A typical cycle through India, 2014.
WHERE, Georgia 2014.
Pushing up a steep hill in Georgia, 2014.
We really love the shepherds as they too understand our nomadic ways, eastern Turkey 2014.
A photo I took from my first trip to South America in 2011. Dinner anyone?
The beautiful Turkish fall, 2014.
A Georgian village with its medival towers, 2014.
Looking down a Georgian valley, 2014.
Cooking dinner on an open flame, Georgia 2014.
During my first month on the USA coast, 2013.
An older photo from Ben, Oregon, my home before this trip.
Winter hunting, Oregon 2102.
One of the many beautiful Andean peaks in Peru, 2012.
A Nicaraguan beach, 2012.
Mountaineering in the Andes, 2011.
A broken down train, Bolivia 2011.
Kevin and his little catch, Georgia 2013.
Cyclist, India 2013.
Kevin being cute, Argentina 2015.
The grasslands of Argentina, 2015.
Of all the old car parts, broken bungees, and single shoes Kevin has found by the side of the road, this hat was definitely his greatest one! Patagonia, 2015.
Kevin’s last Patagonian catch, 2015.
Definitely one of our best camping spots! Especially since the fishing was great. Patagonia, 2015.
Mike and Emily working together to push one bike, and then the other, up. Patagonia, 2015.
Reading in a tunnel when the wind got too strong. Patagonia, 2015.
A bike packed full of food, some mountains, and a boy equals one happy girl! Torres del Paines, 2015.
Guanacos! Tierra del Fuego 2015.
Kevin’s boot wanted to stay in Argentina so it jumped ship! Patagonia, 2015
Lonely puppy, Nicaragua, 2011
Reflections, Peru 2011.
Climbing in the Andes, 2011.
At the market, Ecuador, 2011.
Camping on the pacific west coast, USA, 2013.
Fully loaded bike ready to go, USA, 2013.
A muddy mess, India 2013.
Hard working people in Delhi, India 2013.
The Oregon coast, USA 2013.
One of many beautiful sunsets, Oregon 2013.
Cutting grass with ladies in Manali, India 2013.
Visiting the market, India 2013.
My first day in the Himilayas, India 2013.
Some children in a slum I stayed in, Indian 2013.
Monkeys, India 2013.
Two lovely ladies I lived with for two weeks in rural India, 2013.
Wonderful children, India 2013.
All dressed up Indian style, 2013.
Herding goats! India, 2013.
A family I stayed with, India 2013.
The open Himalayan road, India 2013.
A lovely ladie in the high Himalayas who took me in, 2013.
Making ghee (butter) with a grandma, India 2013.
Cow dung, India 2013.
A typical Himalayan empty road, 2024.
Reflection, India 2013.
Lovin the snow! India 2013.
One of hundreds of funny signs all over the Himalayas, India 2013.
Camping in the rain, India 2013.
Hanging out along the highway, Chile 2015.
Crossing a rickety bridge to find a field to camp in, Chile, 2015
Most of our trip has been on unpaved roads like these, Chile 2015.
Fall is here! The colors are bound to get even darker and brighter in the coming weeks. Argentina 2015.
Cycling with friends in Argentina, 2015.
Nothing like a nicely paved road through the mountains! Chile 2015.
Cycling through the Nepali Terrai, 201:.
Dressed up Nepali style, 2013.
Two wonderful women who invited me into their homes, 2013.
A curious Nepali cow, 2013.
A beautiful rural women, Nepal 2013.
A typical Indian bus, 2013.
The Indian road, 2013.
A beautiful Indian girl, 2013.
A Sikh man who saved me from malicious Indian men, milking his cow at home, India, 2014.
An Indian sunset, 2013.
Holy men, India 2013.
A friendly babaji, India 2013.
A crying monkey, India 2013.
An Indian dishwasher.
Rain, rain, and a bit more rain, Argentina 2015.
One of Kevin’s many fish, Patagonia 2015.
Into the mountains, Patagonia 2015.
Fly fishing in Patagonia, Kevin has already dreamed of this, 2015.
Following this river through the dry high altitude Himalayas, India 2014.
An Indian sunset, 2013.
Paragliding with a friend, Nepal 2013.
Though we had some sun, we also had a whole lot of rain. Patagonia 2015.
The typical Carretera Austral, Patagonia 2015.
Team work! Patagonia 2015.
Enjoying the mountains with friends, Patagonia 2015.
Together at Fitz Roy, 2015.
Our friends being cute, Patagonia 2015.
Hiking in Torres Del Paines.
One of the bluest lakes I’ve ever seen, Patagonia 2015.
Hiking into the park, Patnagonia 2015.
Headed into the peaks, 2015.
Cycling through the sheep… again.
These two cow boys had their hands full with their thousands of sheep, Tierra del Fuego 2015.
The headwinds down here weren’t a joke even if this photo is, Patagonia 2015.
Mike, Emily, and Kevin cycling into Tierra Del Fuego.
Talk about a beautiful valley, Ushuaia, Patagonia.
An impressive cave filled rock which we visited. Many of the rooms were huge, and all together, it seemed like a whole up there! Turkey 2014.
Being silly ontop of a pass.
Sleeping in an appricot orchard, though unfortunately we were too late for the fruit.
One of many mosques. We must have passed hundreds, or even thousands, during our three months in Turkey.
.. And so we got to cycle into the sun!
Another really neat village in Mestia.
Guess what we found at the end of Georgia, the best sign!!
Camping next to a church.
We got to help at a local bread shop which was especially neat because they cook the bread on the side of a gigantic wood burning fire.
My kind of road! Ladakh India.
We were lucky enough to hear the Dalai Lama speak twice, once in a small village in Zanskar, and again at a very important Tibetan Buddhist ritual where 200,000 people gathered.
These are the typical Ladakhi houses. The animals lives in the first story, while the humans lives up top.
The green on this barren landscape is farming fields.
Here is a couple we stayed with in one of the small villages.
Crossing one of many rivers.
One of my favorite lakes.
Awkward selfie mountain photo shoot.
Dinner anyone? I love that in most of the world meat is openly displayed as a dead animal, rather than packages away in a dainty wrapping that is made to have us forget fhis important fact.
A patient man waiting by the water.
Behind this boy is his house, the house I stayed with during my four days in the village.
Gramma and the cat! She wanted a photo with everything from this cat, to her granddaughter, to her cup.
After the children had found my camera they wanted me to take photos of them, though the adults were more wary. Why and giggling these women than asked for theirs since they had never had a photo taken before, and though you could never tell from their serious expressions, they made me delete every photo of them laughing since it took them a few tries to keep a straight face.
Istanbul! After two months of cycling, we arrived to this famous city.
One of the towns in Cappaocia. Now they are filled with resorts and resaurants, some of which are in caves.
Our old large tent.
Cooking in an unfinished hut we found at the side of the road, very thankful to have a dry place to cook!
It was very rainy during our first week in Turkey as we rode through the hills.
Wind and rain and everything’s great!
We love sleeping in shepherds huts, and this one was especially great.