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March 2, 2012

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  1. Dee permalink
    March 2, 2012 8:26 pm

    This is wonderful Mike.. Beautifully presented & spoken luvie!! Had a little giggle at Ross’ “hard year”… Probably for the best that he didn’t want to commit to spending that much time away from his gals given our turn of events! Lol (Still no arrival of your neice yet). Has been a hard year.. But we’ve come out the end of it stronger than ever – love your lil brother so much!!! We’re both really proud of all you’ve achieved Mike & hope it’s everything you’ve dreamed it will be… Can’t wait to follow the journey!! Lotsa love from us all xoxoxo

  2. March 3, 2012 2:00 am

    There’s a man who’s leading a team of driven men that have taken nothing for granted.
    The dedication is exceptional, although I was never going, I recieved many of those training texts and thought ‘are you nuts?’.
    Perhaps we could say there goes A League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
    Enjoy the mateship, the rewards of all the hardwork, scenery and local culture, you have certainly earnt it.
    Bert.

  3. Louise thomas permalink
    March 3, 2012 10:09 am

    well said mike as much as all our comments may help you guys, your journey does so much for those watching like me 🙂 thank you so much for sharing a special thing in your life safe trip …when the steps get hard dont forget the little red engine……..
    ” One day the Little Red Engine was puffing its way along the railway lines when it realised it would have to climb a steep hill. The only way it could tackle the hill would be if the Little Red Engine sang its special song. It took a deep breath and started to chug in time to the words of the song, “I-think-I-can. I-think-I-can. I-think, I-think-I-can …”

    Partway up, it saw Big Blue Engine completely stuck and unable to move backwards or forwards. Little Red Engine was too heavy for the step climb. It wasn’t very happy when it saw the Little Red Engine succeeding where it had failed.

    Little Red Engine was a kind little engine and stopped to ask if it could help. Somehow it managed to fix itself to the front couplings of Big Blue Engine and told it to take off its brake. This was going to be difficult. Little Red Engine needed a very special song this time! “I-know-I-can. I- know -I-can. I- know, I- know -I-can …”

    may the bond of friendship between you guys be each others engines when you need it and remember back home we all “know you can”
    safe trip Louise

  4. Gary Wert Snr. permalink
    March 4, 2012 12:18 am

    woweeeeeeeeeeee just watched your thankyou video message mike x it was so sincere x meaninful it was the best message i have ever seen well done mikey all the best ol ma wert go boys go oxoxoxoxox

  5. March 7, 2012 1:23 am

    your thank you video was brilliant we will keep checking your blog daily have a fantastic time eddy says so glad u done it before 50 as you know thats not to far away lol all the very best to all of you have a wondeful trip xxxxxxxxx

    • March 8, 2012 10:09 am

      Hi Roz & Eddy

      I will let Mike know about the 50 comment Eddy – I am sure he will appreciate it. All going well only a few headaches. The boys have stolen Mike’s razors so he is not happy. Can’t wait to see the photos – in our 23 years together I have never seen him with a little bit of stubble let alone a whole beard thingy!

      Lis x x

  6. Darren Hart permalink
    March 12, 2012 9:01 am

    looking good Mike , hope all goes well for you and good to see you are fulfilling some dreams as thats what its all about …sounds like an awesome adventure

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