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Where Are We Now?


Image result for treasure map You can always follow our travel progress by clicking on the map


If you want to see the  whole route from the beginning please follow the link.




26 thoughts on “Where Are We Now?

  1. Markus Zierke

    Hi Heinz,

    sehe, dass Ihr unterwegs seid. Hoffe, dass die Moppeds halten, auch, wenn keine Duc dabei ist..

  2. Dick Stafford

    Great time when you were here. Hope trip is going well and not too cold or rainy. Did Feelee’s heat grips start working? How are the Dakotas? Safe travel my friends.

    1. winterscheidth Post author

      Thanks Dick, we had a great time at your place. Everything is going well. A little rainy and windy. We are in Pierre right now heading for Custer Park. Feli’s grips are working fine. Take care.

  3. Kenan

    Ok you two troopers :), hope everything is going well and we need pictures, especially if you’re going to Big Sky MT.

    1. winterscheidth Post author

      Everything is going well, it is just tough to find any WiFi in South Dakota.
      Cheers, Heinz


    Don’t feel bad if it is “cool”…….it froze here last night! They planted beans in your fields in the last couple of days……

  5. Penelope

    Love the spot mapping system. Thanks for the photos – to be added to Ezra’s 6th birthday party file. Extra, unexpected friends – the best kind of surprise.

  6. Kenan

    To be in Whitehorse, Yukon, that has to be a mild-stone for the trip.

    How’s the fly and mosquito situation? Face shield must be littered with them :).

    1. winterscheidth Post author

      The whole bike is covered with bugs right now. But mosquito situation is not a problem here. It has been very dry and warm.

  7. Terry

    Yukon… favourite area of Canada! Now you know why I’ve been there 5 times.
    A great loop road – backtrack to Johnson Crossing,take South Canol to Robert Campbell then north on Klondike to Dawson.
    enjoy your posts!

    1. winterscheidth Post author

      You are right it is an awesome place. I think the loop you mentioned is a little bit too much gravel for the first time here. We will do the Dempster first and then go from there – there is so much to see here, I think I could spend several month here and in Alaska.
      Cheers, Heinz

  8. Peter & Pat

    Heard from Deb & Steve that they enjoyed meeting you and we all look forward to a get together at our house next summer. Will look forward to that! Happy travels!

  9. Jonathan

    Hey it’s strawberry season there? Here too, funny coincidence! I am glad to see your trip is going well, and you are having some excellent adventures. Safe travels out there you two.

  10. Andrew kay

    Hola amigas! I’m glad you are having a good time. Hope you are thinking of all of us working stiffs! If you get get confused down there we can send our local Mexican, Diego, to help you! Enjoy the beer there!…A.K.

    1. winterscheidth Post author

      I am thinking about you working guys all the time!!! (not). Not confused yet. People are very friendly down here. I really enjoy it so far.
      Cheers, Heinz

  11. Diego

    Hi Heinz! I am really glad you are doing very well!
    Enjoy Mexico Carajo!!!!!
    From now…. you have to speak Espanol!
    Heinz if you think that you need me, please contact me!
    Email or phone!
    Take care!
    More photos please!
    Andrew…. he speaks Español without accent!

  12. Andrew kay

    Hienz!…if you have time in Cartegena, stop at the mud volcano El Totumo…it’s close and worth the trip…I had a great time there!

  13. Sabine

    Hallo Fizzi,

    das ist ja wirklich eine spannende Tour und ihr seid schon ganz schön weit gekommen.

    Ich wünsche euch noch viel Spaß weiterhin.

    Liebe Grüße,
    Sabine Schloeßer

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