Sun 10 Jan 2010
Nice work men! You must be having some pretty mixed feelings right about now. From someone who has been periodically following your trip over the years, I say congratulations and enjoy it. That was one hell of an adventure.
I’ve followed your journey from a distance. INCREDIBLE achievement. Congrats.
Congratulations Guys! I’ve enjoyed your posts and pictures over the last three years. Glad you made it.
Cograt’s! Now you can turn around and head north!
Completely awesome! Great photo! And we’re speechless! No words can adequately capture what you guys have done. And none of us can fully appreciate completely your accomplishment. Big cheers and congratulations from everyone here in Northern California! Everyone we know who has followed your journey is wowed and thrilled for you! Betsy & Phil
Bursting with pride at fulfilling your dream Now get home!!! LOL
muchas felicidades!!!!!! que emociÃ³n!!!!!!
WAY TO GO! We appreciated the story…
Congratulation! Amazing trip!
Congratulations, well done.
now what paddle to Antarctica and get studded bike tires
Congratulations. Thanks so much for letting us be a part of it from afar.
Well I’ll be dammed. How does it feel? Mixed emotions I’m sure. Can’t wait to see y’all. Lets plan some adventures…I’m thinking about an extended west coast sea kayaking expedition…….Cheers
Congrats guys! I’ve enjoyed reading about your crazy adventures over the past years. You were definitely part of what kept me inspired as I prepared to set off on my own (albeit much tamer) Alaska to Argentina journey.
PS A nice gal in Dawson City (Erin?) approached my cycling buddy and I after we had just rolled into town and offered for us to camp out at her place up in the hills. She mentioned she had hosted you when you went passed through almost 3 years earlier.
Yeeyyyyaaahhhh!!! Congrats you guys! Such a fantastic journey and truly inspirational. Can’t wait to see what other adventures you conjure up down the line!
Awesome. I’ve enjoyed following along. Thanks for the trip.
Congrats gentlemen! “Epic” indeed!
Congratulations!! What an amazing journey!! Can’t wait to hear all about it when you get home! Zoe wants to hear all the amazing stories from her Uncle Jacob!
Now that you have finished, what do we all do now. Your journey was a truly amazing journey, more rugged and difficult than anyone of us could imagine. You all stuck together in a small community to make it happen. I am in awe.
I echo many of the comments already made here. I have enjoyed reading about your adventure and seeing your photos for the past few years. A dull day at the office was always made brighter by visiting “Riding the Spine”. Thanks for sharing your adventure and congratulations.
Way to go gentlemen!
Congratulations! Look forward to seeing you when you get back.
This was a marvelous adventure !
Thank you for all the dreams you bring to us !
Thanks for the numerous daydreams for the last few years. Great fun to keep track. Inspired me to do the Kokopelli trail last year and will continue to inspire me to “get away”
Bravo gents! An amazing journey and an inspiration to many. Thanks for all the efforts to document the trip.
Loved reading your posts while enjoying our little “spine” (a couple of hundred feet!) of granite in New England. Amazing!!!!
Well done men! I just caught up on all the journal entries and videos I missed while in Tanzania. Fantastic adventure! May the world continue to be your oyster.
To repeat, but not dimish, others’ remarks: Inspirational, to say the least.
great, and what a pitty it’s over. you’re an inspiration. thanks. red
Hope you’re well rested and onto the next adventure.
Would be interested in an update on what you felt about all the gear you used, discarded, felt was fantastic etc.
I’m really happy that you guys set out and did what you said you were going to do. It’s a cliche but life is way too short to not take risks. I know it’s been over for a few months and after coming back from a big trip, I always seemed to get depressed at the comfort of being “home.” It’s nice for a couple weeks but then my feet get really itchy and I just want to take off. If you feel that way, don’t worry. There’s always another adventure. I’m getting ready to ride my bike around Oahu. It’s not the spine but it’s still getting out there and enjoying the beauty of life.
what are you doing now? please write a post about your life after the trip, maybe some future plans and all that stuff
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