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DG 080

 

Prior to departing for South America I collected a set of GPS waypoints from prior overlanders. They included service locations, fuel stops, points of interest and, most importantly, camp sites.
We like to find our own places, make our own discoveries and generally have our own adventure rather than follow exactly in others footsteps, but, when the sun is sinking and we need a safe, proven place to pull over for the night, the collection of waypoints has been invaluable.
Such was the case five days ago when we pulled into the little town of San Pedro de Atacama in northern Chile.
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3 Responses to DG 080

  1. CJ SOLIZ says:

    Thanks for the pics.It looks like a very nice view.I bet it is more amazing in person.I hope all is well.God bless you both.

  2. Melody says:

    They were wonderful pictures. Thanks for sharing them with us all.

  3. Peter says:

    I can fully understand the challenge to frame these complex landscape in a simple digital photo. Finally – no chance.
    But – What an amazing place on earth.