Tim has finished his latest book early - Blood, Sweat, and Notiers! And it is now available for purchase! Both paperback and Kindle versions are available worldwide here.
I'm so proud of all the blood, sweat, and real tears he's put into this, and it covers a time in our travels that was some of the hardest and most rewarding days we've experienced so far.
South America was a continent of both extreme weather and road conditions, from very high altitudes to lowland rainforests - we experienced it all. But it was such an incredible cultural immersion as well, from the friendly smiles of the Colombians, to the stoic grit of the Andean Quechua people. And as we barreled towards Ushuaia at the "End of the World", we started falling apart both emotionally, and when it came to the bike, physically.
It was a true adventure, and Tim's beautiful descriptions, and often witty humor, really do bring it to life on the page. So if you're interested in our journey, you might just love Blood, Sweat, and Notiers.
In other news, we'll be heading off to the Southeast next week (finally on the road again), and we're hoping to be able to also dip into Canada to visit some friends (who you'll meet in the book) before coming back down into the States so that we can go to three Overland Expos this fall. We'll be presenting at each of them, so if you are in the area, we'd love for you to go and we can meet up!
The following are the Overland Expo event dates and locations this summer/fall:
Overland Expo Mountain West - Loveland, Colorado
August 27-29, 2021
Overland Expo West - Flagstaff, Arizona
September 24-26, 2021
Overland Expo East - Arrington, Virginia
October 8-10, 2021
We hope to see you there!
If you do purchase the book Blood, Sweat, and Notiers, let us know what you think with an Amazon review (we read them all), and also you can message us anytime on social media.
We really hope you enjoy it!
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