Wednesday, October 28, 2015

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30 comments:

Dorothy said...
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Anonymous said...

Hi Steve,
just checking your blog and looks like you're having a great time, I'll check back to see base camp pictures. Take care and best of luck for the rest of your trek. Ramon@rei.

Leon said...

Steve, I enjoy reading about all of your adventures in Europe. Keep the news coming. I am looking forward to getting more about Greece and looking forward to seeing pictures of Prague. Stay safe.

Leon

Anonymous said...

Hey Steve, Great photos! Who'd a thought the Greeks all them "shitters" too! Haha. Hope your bikes got to Prague in one piece. Can't wait to hear about all those miles in the saddle. Take care my friend!

Robert

Anonymous said...

Steve Article in todays paper-- LEGENDARY MT. EVEREST GUIDE APA SHERPA MAKES DRAPER UTAH HIS HOME.
I'll save it for you and give it to you next time I see you.

Leon

goooooood girl said...

i like your blog......

Pipeline Pirate said...

Thanks Good Girl, I wish I new who you were but I guess the compliment is good enough.

Paul S. said...

Hey Stevem

Commies eh??? Be tough and, as Billy Joel sang "damn those yellow reds to hell"!!! Glad that you are experiencing other cultures though. Keep us posted. Man, Everest seems like a long time ago! I still think of yaks!!

Pipeline Pirate said...

Good to hear from you Paul. Everest does seem like a long time ago.

Levi said...

I like the picture. You are starting to look like a Czech (at least what I think a Czech should look like) That's good in case your run into "la migra". -L

Bene said...

somethings wrong............junior watson! ;)

Pipeline Pirate said...

You got that right girl!

Sandra said...

Not sure what scares me more, the eyes of the statue or the fact that you're santa claus ;-)
Take care and enjoy your travel. sandra from germany (we meet in bologna/italy)

Hunza Holidays Plus said...

Wow you have really nice story of your long journey.. specialy the karakarum..

so how's your days going nowadys?

Karim Tajik
HUNZA HOLIDAYS PLUS TREKKING & TOURS
Tel: 0092-346-5401519
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Levi said...

Sweet picture of you in the mountains! I'm sure it was a lot more fun skiing down the mountain than up it. :)

Jojo said...

Wow--great pictures. I especially like the one at the top of your blog :]

Andrew said...

Wowo :) so you made it to Bad Gastein.. how is it out there? I hope you have a good time, let me know how the snow is + the crowds etc. Enjoy, take care so your body will be up for a trip to Laax in about 2-3 weeks time ;)

Robert said...

About time you got your own set of wheels over there! The bike looks great, if you need a traveling mechanic, I might know someone. Watch out for cab drivers...!

Take care- Robert

Hanifa said...

Ho Steve, finally I have got a chance to visit your blog! Looks interesting will be visiting more often.. I hope you are having a great time :) cheers

Dana said...

Steve!It is Dana from REI. Hey man looks like you are doing well I googled you a couple of months ago and stumbled across your blog. Keep up the good work. There are still a few of us left from REI that talk about you. Take care.

Dana

HUNZA HOLIDAYS PLUS TREKKING & TOURS said...

Dear Steve,
How are you and how is your journey going?? I hope you are enjoying your tour, I am always reading your posts here,
Keep posting new posts,

Karim
hunza karakarum

Pipeline Pirate said...

Doing great Karim, Thanks for the thought. I'm trying to keep up, notice I'm now inside 100 days behind. Leaving for the week on a bike tour to south Czech Rep. I'll post more next week.

Pipeline Pirate said...

Dana, Its good to hear from you. I don't have your email. Send me a note. How are all of you doing at the store. REI - Huntington Beach #88
Did you see the sign I had on the top of Mount Olympus and at Base Camp for you guys?

pipelinepirate@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Hey Steve,

You stopped blogging? Amsterdam must be a real blast. Hope everything is well, buddy! DocMike

Trung said...

Steve My goodness it looks like you have done a lot! Its good to see youre doing well and enjoying the world.

Samantha Palfreyman said...

Hey Uncle Steve,

Hey Uncle Steve,
I enjoyed our time together in CT. Thank you for all the great talks. You will be missed!

Love you,
Sam

Fabricio said...

OMG, when i grow up I wanna be just like you... travel all over the world :D

Ok, maybe my english it's not that good but, you really seems to be a great person

Brasil waits for you :D

Michael said...

South Bend, IN is a very interesting place, I like the history that it has.

Robert Beyer said...

It was great to see you here in Seattle Steve! I only wish we had more time to explore. I enjoyed your visit none the less. The Greek salad was excellent, next time we'll get more wine! HA!

I hope your stay at Mt. Rainier hasn't gotten you too wet. You and your amazing adventure are in my thoughts, a true inspiration to all of us. Take care my friend and let me know when you get to SoCal.

Good luck to you. Good luck to me!

Robert

Anonymous said...

Hey Steve,
Loved seeing you. Am excited and proud that you finished your round the world trip all in one piece. You are awesome! Keep in touch.-coey