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Published on Jul 13, 2011

Covered in mud from several slip and falls I make it back to the bike and prepare for the ride back. I didn't film any of the walk back to the bike because of the rain and I really just wanted to get it over with. I also figured you had probably seen enough of me walking for a little while.

I talk a bit about how my helmet wasn't stolen while I was gone. The people in this area have nothing. No phones, electricity, they barely have roads. In a lot of places people would steal a helmet just because it's there to be taken. Maybe they don't have a motorcycle, but they would take it anyway. I did wonder about it while I was gone, and was pleased to see the helmet right where I left it.

I was really impressed with my tripod on the way back. I used it as a cane almost the entire walk back to the bike. I mean I use it a lot for filming, it's a good tripod. But after this day I can officially say I love it. Plan to make a video review of it soon. http://t.co/Dw6GVDx

Check out the other videos from the Cerro Banco adventure in this playlist:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=...

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