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Well, nothing is impossible. Kudos and an ever lasting happiness to both of them.
Posted by: Kanupriya
02/12/2008 06:47 AM

I know you won't remember me, but we met in an internet cafe in Patagonia. I'm the paunchy bald-headed old man who had just returned from running the marathon (actually, I walked the half-marathon!!) in Antarctica and we had a chat and exchanged email addresses. Congratulations on a fantastic achievement, and best wishes for all in the future. I know you guys will have many more adventures, keep on living, you're an inspiration to us all!!
Posted by: Peter Kozup
21/11/2008 01:33 PM

A remarkable journey! It is refreshing to know that there are still trailblazers left in this world. Exploring and discovering things that few, if any, of us will ever experience. Congratulations on the recognition and the engagement!
Posted by: Joe Fox
20/11/2008 03:37 PM

I have been following the journals of Deia Schlosberg and Gregg Treinish's journey acoss the Andes since Day One! Their trip was just incredible, and they should be so very proud of their accomplishment.
Posted by: Connie Hudson
20/11/2008 02:27 PM