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    Do you have a promotional site yet? Blog, Facebook, something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AxelR View Post
    Do you have a promotional site yet? Blog, Facebook, something?
    Our website will be live on november 1st 2012 it will have a profile of all the crew, blog on planning the trip, details of gear and rigs being used details of route and timetable and much more. A facebook page will go live the same day there will be way to donate on both website and facebook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tip 2 toe 2014 View Post
    Our website will be live on november 1st 2012 it will have a profile of all the crew, blog on planning the trip, details of gear and rigs being used details of route and timetable and much more. A facebook page will go live the same day there will be way to donate on both website and facebook.
    How much time are you planing for entire trip from the North of Canada to the end of Argentina ? I did an overland from Lapaz (Bolivia) along the Andes to the South of its country then over to Argentina
    along the Atlantic side to the Tierra del Fuego then back up along the Pacific side (Chile) up to Mendoza.. then to Buenos Aires and flew home from there...was fantastic trip.
    Look forward to see your site or route plans from Canada to the end.!!
    all the best !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hai View Post
    How much time are you planing for entire trip from the North of Canada to the end of Argentina ? I did an overland from Lapaz (Bolivia) along the Andes to the South of its country then over to Argentina
    along the Atlantic side to the Tierra del Fuego then back up along the Pacific side (Chile) up to Mendoza.. then to Buenos Aires and flew home from there...was fantastic trip.
    Look forward to see your site or route plans from Canada to the end.!!
    all the best !!
    The route we have planned will take around 4 months, as we plan on meeting local people and charitys on behalf of Unicef.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tip 2 toe 2014 View Post
    The route we have planned will take around 4 months, as we plan on meeting local people and charitys on behalf of Unicef.
    thank you !! sounds a wonderful journey and generous work of behalf of Unicef...

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    Look forward to seeing the planned route, would love to meet up with you for a stage. Maybe one of the northern ones since I have not spent a lot of time up there yet.
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    Any update on this?

    Robin and I have been talking about a Arctic Circle trip to see the northern lights in winter.
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