Monthly Archives: March 2011

Ed’s turn


So, Jan is concerned about getting the carpets (in the house, not car) cleaned before the race, but I have some other concerns, like what are the rules of the race? They haven’t been updated and I actually hope there won’t … Continue reading

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My Challenges


OK, so while Ed worries about the Gobi desert, I worry about the small stuff. I wake up with these things on my mind. When asked, “What’s on your mind?” I’s actually kind of embarrassed to say how it is filled with … Continue reading

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Anxiety


So now that we’ve written a book, I’m getting a little push to “social network”, whatever that is. It seems a little self-centered to me but I’ll give it a try. So we will be crossing the Gobi Desert in … Continue reading

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Two Regrets


First, we are sorry that we did not dedicate The Long Road to Paris to George Schuster,  the winner of the 1908 Great Race, and his descendants. They have been so helpful to us. Second, we wish we  had acknowledged … Continue reading

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