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  1. An interesting Business Offer

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  2. Hi Gary,
    Wow – this is quite an amazing journey you are on (in more ways than one, I am sure!). Even though I live in one of the most fantastic places in the world, I would be lying if I said I am not ever so slightly envious of you on your travels…you give me itchy feet…
    Take care and enjoy – and thanks for visiting my blog too!
    Tanya

  3. Hello, I’m reading your site and I will come here often to see where you are, and to look the photos, you’ve been in places where I wish to visit someday. I like your daily photos, always in contact. Good luck.

  4. Hi Gary. Just wondering how long you plan to be in Australia and if you plan on diving the Great Barrier Reef at all. I’ll be in Sydney for business sometime in either April or May and would love a scuba buddy :D

  5. Hi Gary, I was so excited by your website i couldn’t wait till Thursday so i reviewed it today. i hope you like it. If you do, please stumble it or Favourite my blog,any action would do. thank you.

  6. Happy Early Birthday Gary. I have been following your travels since you were in Hawaii the first time. Found out about you through Haley Chamberlain, who is friends with an old friend of mine, Mike Fotis. I just found out our birthdays are the same, so maybe it makes sense I am living vicariously through you, huh? Keep the blogging coming Gary, it is very interesting and fun.

  7. Hi Gary, It is Haley’s mom checking in. Yikes, the tattoo! But really cool looking. Glad you are still alive after the jump. Brave soul. Glad you are having an amazing time.

  8. Hawaii is not a nation-state. A nation-state and a country are different.

    Click on the link near “country” to get their definition. The Century Travelers Club does play loose with the definition I agree, but it makes sense for the purpose its designed for.

  9. Gary,

    I wish you the best on your travels.. But, Hawaii not a country.

    Good luck and God speed

  10. Gary,

    i follow you about every other day. i’ve got our map in the office posted with where in the world in Gary A…i’ve decided it will be more interesting to keep a string (bread crumbs so to speak)
    Take care

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