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Berg: Bound South, One Year Later

bv_release_5.jpgThis time a year ago, my brothers and I were riding our bicycles across the little-known dirt roads of the Ecuadorian Andes. We were on a Pan-American bicycle expedition from Alaska to Argentina. We carried our food, our tools, our tent, and what little else we could bring by bicycle. Our lives on the road were simple, strenuous, and profound.

Bunyan Velo has featured our story and photography in their first issue. Click here to read more from Bound South, by yours truly.

“They composed our moveable feast. Their unrequited generosity and kindness was luggage for our spirits, more light and durable and enduring than a bicycle and three bags ever could be.”

Joe Asch’s Addendum: Dartblog’s Isaiah Berg ‘11 graduated from the Marine Corps Officer Candidates School in December. He is now a 2nd Lieutenant, and he’ll be training at Quantico, Virginia through the end of July. Semper Fi!

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