Contrary to Popular Belief, We are Still Alive

Our SPOT Tracker stopped working in the middle of the Caspian Sea, leading some people to believe that we had sunk. We in fact, are still alive and on solid ground in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Internet is largely blocked and spotty hear but will provide more updates as soon as possible.

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4 Responses to Contrary to Popular Belief, We are Still Alive

  1. wayne smith says:

    Glad to hear that you guys are alright.Remember Griff the captain goes down with the ship

  2. Seema Michon says:

    Never thought the bus had sunk…more like a rave party knocking off the SPOT Tracker. Welcome back.

  3. Good job guys! I too was mildly worried you had sunk without trace in the Caspian… not that I did much about it other than click refresh a couple of time on the SPOT Tracker site.

    Good luck with the next leg of the journey!
    See you in UB!
    Tommy

  4. Leslie Peterson says:

    Glad to hear you made it over the sea to solid ground!! Hope all is going well. We’re anxious for updates! We’re thinking of you!

    Love,
    Doug and Leslie

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