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Old 11-12-08, 07:01 PM   #1
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Victor Weinreber

Anyone following Victor's trip might be interested to know that he's abandoned his trip. Victor, after warming up with a cross country tour, set off back across the continent and made it way into Europe. His updates and outstanding pics. will be sorely missed.

It takes a big guy to give up a tour like that for love.

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I have followed his trip from the first and will miss his writings. But don't overlook Jeff Kruys "A few years in North, Central, and South America".
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Anyone following Victor's trip might be interested to know that he's abandoned his trip. Victor, after warming up with a cross country tour, set off back across the continent and made it way into Europe. His updates and outstanding pics. will be sorely missed.

It takes a big guy to give up a tour like that for love.
Good for him and his girl Amy. There are enough "long haul" journals on crazyguy to follow anyways.
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