Patagonia, in southern Argentina, is known for its wind. Never ending, unceasing, blow-your-socks-off wind. As we cycled through the area, wind was our primary concern as the gusts could, quite literally, knock us off our bikes.
Nancy Sathre-Vogel is a long-time schoolteacher turned homeschooling biker mom. After many years of living the expat life teaching in international schools, she made the decision to pursue her passion and follow her dream – so, with her husband and children, she took off to ride a bike from Alaska to Argentina. Now she’s back home in Idaho and is happiest when she’s inspiring others to live a life less ordinary.
You can find her at www.familyonbikes.org or
on Facebook at : http://www.facebook.com/FamilyonBikes.org
This is part of a new series of photos I’m calling:
“Things You Don’t See At
Have your own photo of something strange, new, awesome you have seen while traveling and want to guest-post here as part of my weekly, Friday THINGS YOU DON’T SEE AT HOME series?
Send me an email at email@example.com with ‘THINGS YOU DON’T SEE AT HOME’ in the subject, along with your photo (JPEG), short caption, link to your travel/fanpage and short bio.
Look for “Things You Don’t See At Home” photos every Friday. (to coincide with #FriFoto on Twitter).
About Dani Blanchette
I am a freelance travel and music photographer and creator of GoingNomadic.com.
I love music, food, and exploring cities without guidebooks. I’ve flown a helicopter, hitchhiked down the east coast USA, and once snuck into the back of a zoo (in Serbia) and pet a lion.
I am always up for an adventure, and sometimes I videotape them.