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6th December 2009

Bob, our trip didin't happen but I am pleased you got out a day early. Have fun and stay safe with your birthday gift. Kim
From Blog: Heading North
6th December 2009

Thanks, Pat
I'll let you know how the conditions are up there. Maybe you'll chcange your mind.
From Blog: Heading North
6th December 2009

Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday Bob. Safe ridding. Pat
From Blog: Heading North
6th December 2009

:)
Have Fun!!
From Blog: Heading North
4th July 2009

You had plenty of good luck with adventures!
Most important was that you had a bear and cub awaiting your arrival back home - and they were just as cute!! Plus this will be something to look forward to on your next trip to Alaska!!
From Blog: Talkeetna Bears
3rd July 2009

During every three day trip I do I look forward to getting home to read your blog and you certainly don't disappoint. Glad those bears didn't find you when you were changing your tire. Remember, always listen to the pilot.
2nd July 2009

Thanks and Keep Your Passions
I'm already dreaming about another helping--another adventure trip. I'm thinking about Central or South America.
2nd July 2009

Thanks and keep your passions
Thank you for sharing your adventure with me; both on the phone and through this travel blog. The world and, in particular, our country is a beautiful display of mother nature. And, somehow the people we meet in our travels are almost as wonderous. Glad to see your plate of passions is still full. Time folr another helping?
1st July 2009

Wonderful Trip
Thanks, Jenny. I couldn't agree with you more. I really think I could do this trip every year.
1st July 2009

Bear Pictures
I've also been told my snoring could attract bears. Something about a sow in heat.
From Blog: Talkeetna Bears
1st July 2009

Bear pictures
It was unfortunate the bears didn't appear when you were there. Could it be your snoring? It took me several snowmobile trips with you to adjust! It's funny how bears can look so cute, yet formidable at the same time.
From Blog: Talkeetna Bears
1st July 2009

Wonderful Trip
Hi Bob, I know the excitement I have been done those roads and several of the same places that you mentioned. I would do it every year if I could, as matter of fact, if I get the chance I am moving there, I love it, the people or different and all things seem to just go so much smoother than it does here in Texas. Wish you the best and read every word of your trip. Thanks for the memories. Jenny
30th June 2009

Dad, I am so proud of you. It took a lot of courage to be able to go out and do this trip on your own. You've seen many parts of the world, but this one was really an adventure. Thanks for keeping the blogs while you were on the trip and hopefully you inspired a couple more people to go out and have their own journeys. Keep living the dream.
30th June 2009

Pictures
It may be a lot more than you'd want, but I'll burn one for you.
From Blog: Talkeetna Bears
30th June 2009

pictures
i would LOVE a copy of all the pictures you took. so if you burn a disc of them, I would love a copy too. :)
From Blog: Talkeetna Bears
25th June 2009

Welcome Home
Thanks for the very sweet comments.
25th June 2009

Thanks
Thanks for following my story, Ray.
25th June 2009

You
Thanks Bob. I'll ride the river with you anytime.
25th June 2009

Welcome Home
Your writing was like reading a book about your travels but with insight into the people you met, your feelings about the country, and your most private innner feelings about your family. This was truly a tribute to your dad, this beautiful country we live in and your family. Bob, you were willing to share your public and private thought with others. Thank you. Kim
25th June 2009

Welcome Home
Awwwwww, what a beautiful tribute to your family! That is so cool you are a rough and tough man's man yet can say the nicest things about your wife and family and admit you shed a tear or two on the trip. Yes, the Good Lord has blessed you Bob. He loves you more than you love your own children. He created the beauty of the this earth just for you to enjoy. I am sure he is one proud daddy tickled pink that you saw the beauty in his handy work! Even God likes to hear His children say He did a good job! Welcome Home!
25th June 2009

pictures
Bob I need your email. got some pictures to send you. taken from the deck in front of your room.
25th June 2009

Thanks
Bob, I want to thank you for allowing me to come along for the ride. Your blog made me feel like I was right there with you. This was really, really awesome. Thanks again Ray
24th June 2009

YOU ...
GOTTER DUN !! WELL DONE BOB - glad you are back safe and sound - I know exactly what you mean about the 1000 to 1300 mile trips with 2 hours sleep - just a little cruise to Montana Was a real pleasure reading you accounts - felt like being there sometimes As Louis L'Amour would say " You are a Man to ride the river with"
24th June 2009

Caribou!
Thanks, Big Bill. That settles it for me. Based on that decision, I've seen all the animals I hoped to see on the trip.
From Blog: Heading for Home
24th June 2009

Happy Fathers Day
Thanks again, Jen. Happy belated Fathers Day to all you Dads out there.

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