some last words by Grayson

some last words by Grayson

The rally has been a remarkable opportunity, it has been more and less than what I thought would happen, 20142kms and so many forgotten moments. There have been laughs and no cries, publicly at least. Deadlines were kept and places were seen, yalla-yalla.
There were many singalongs along the way. Some sang louder, some quieter. Sometimes i sang by myself. Usually at night, driving to or from some god forsaken border. This trip has taken a lot. Many things, much time, enough energy for double the allotted schedule and a decent few brain cells frankly. But whats its given in return will come to light for years. The day to days, weeks to months of this rally will turn into stories that make up part of the rest of our lives. Pretty stoked for the dust to be washed out and not eat another kebab for at least six months.
Honestly is a good way to put it, the rally was rough. When it comes down to it i am as happy i did it as that it is finished. You cant put a price on the interactions, bonding, laughs or flat tires that have come about as a result from a quick yes to a message received on a dock in Haida Gwaii. Thanks Seth. Thanks Markus, our super German. Oliver, who is braver than he now realizes.
To our nine blog followers, we could not have done it with the support from you as well. As much as this trip has been lurching from one spot to another on our own steam and incredibly cheap gas it would not have rolled out of the shop without the incredible generosity and support of so so many. It is with a heart full of thanks and a head full of cobwebs that my final entry is penned. I am so grateful for this opportunity, for everyone and everything that has made this our Mongol Rally.

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