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Aug 01

Was Your Stuff Made by Slave Labor? It’s Not Always Easy to Tell – Atlantic Mobile

http://m.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2012/08/was-your-stuff-made-by-slave-labor-its-not-always-easy-to-tell/260586/

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Alaska Museum of the North

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4, 400 miles away from home.

Posted con the move.

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Jul 11

Almost there

Arrived in Albuquerque today, where I am grateful to be hosted by the gracious Stephanie and Mark Bieniarz. No more tent or sleeping bag nights from here on. Had to replace rear tire, as the thread was getting quite worn. 9,392 miles (15,115 kms) wit about 900 more to go. Tomorrow, Midland, Tx Posted con …

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Jun 30

Seward highway

Posted con the move.

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Alaska Museum of the North

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4, 400 miles away from home.

Posted con the move.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.jaderiderjourneys.com/2endslavery/2012/06/26/alaska-museum-of-the-north/

Jun 26

Tok to Fairbanks, an easy day.

To take in Alaska, one needs to have a wide angle lens. In photography a wide angle lens is one that manages to capture a wider sweep of the landscape than the human eye would. Every aspect of this land is so vast a majestic that your mind, your heart, and your soul need to …

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Jun 16

First Day: 600 miles through Texas

Starting time today was set up for 6:15 am. KSU, which is what motorbikers call it, and it is Kick Stands Up. Contrary to everybody’s expectations, Don actually showed up on time, and we were off at sunrise. The departure possee was Don Taylor on his Triumph Street Triple, Mel Maresh on his BMW R1200R, …

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Jun 16

Into New Mexico. Cross winds in the plains. 739 miles from home

Posted con the move.

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Jun 15

Eghty more miles to finish day one.

Posted con the move.

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Jun 14

Shock Top and Molson the night before departure

Posted con the move.

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