Daireaux to Nueve de Julio

16/02/2019 Simon ‘Wardy’ Ward is nomadonanomad Irony is a wonderful thing isn’t it? I sometimes have two or more posts being written at the same time and one I had on the go recently, but as yet not finished, was about how much better I’m getting with technology! I should have known it would be…

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Tornquist, Pigue and Guamini.

05/02/2019 Simon ‘Wardy’ Ward is nomadonanomad. The forecast for wind, which has been surprisingly accurate, so far, tells me that I’m going to ride through, and stay in, three little towns that apparently have some character and each of them places where, I have been told, I will probably like to stay longer. I’ve been…

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Corruption

31/01/2019 Simon ‘Wardy’ Ward is nomadonanomad I’m often asked what I think about when riding. Good question as it happens because there’s a lot of time spent turning the cranks and going slowly past everything. The mind starts to do strange things! Now before anyone gets there before me I will say straight away that…

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Mash up!

27/12/2019 Simon ‘Wardy’ Ward is nomadonanomad I’m sitting in my hotel room in Viedma, preparing to continue heading north and hoping for more favourable winds, and also much less in the way of sand, and I thought about my last post which has caught up to where I am right now. Also I’m still undecided…

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More bloody sand!

26/01/2019 Simon ‘Wardy’ Ward is nomadonanomad Bahia Creek was a tiny village with a beach that came all the way from where it was supposed to be, by the sea, and covered the whole place. Just so sick of this stuff and I want OUT! The people, as ever, were great though, and the lady…

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Decision day.

12/01/2019 Simon ‘Wardy’ Ward is nomadonanomad As I set off from Trelew I’m well sorted out on the food and water front, and I know I have it in the legs and lungs to do big distances if conditions are ok or better, but what’s it going to be like? I have 80 kms to…

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