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Travels with Willie: Willie Weir, Adventure Cyclist

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Just had to share my latest "find"...One of the recent issues of Adventure Cycling
featured an article by Willie Weir titled "Uncomfortable." It was very inspirational in sharing the message that there is much GOLD to be mined when one pushes outside one's comfort zone and is willing to risk some discomfort.

Unfortunately his article is not available online and my copy of it has disappeared.

BUT: I e-mailed Willie and he scanned the article and e-mailed it to me! If anyone is interested in receiving a copy, SparkMail me your e-mail address and I'd be happy to send it your way.

Other really cool info on Willie:

He has his own web site which features his autobiography:

Home Page:

Travels With Willie (entire autobiographical book in PDF format)

A compendium of his blogs:


Definitely worth a look!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
ZELLAZM 10/16/2011 9:55AM

    Love the blog - lots of cool posts for when the wanderlust gets ahold of you and you can't travel yourself. I can see how you get inspiration from him!

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JESPAH 10/13/2011 8:56AM

    Dazzlingly beautiful photographs on that site .... Wow!

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BILL60 10/13/2011 8:08AM

    Great stuff. Thanks

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OUTDOORGIRL71 10/12/2011 7:49PM

    Thanks for sharing

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WATERMELLEN 10/12/2011 7:42PM

    Comfort is highly over-rated, right??

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L*I*T*A* 10/12/2011 2:42PM

    thanks for sharing....
great information....
blessings and hugs......lita

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VALERIEMAHA 10/12/2011 1:45PM

    Love to see the article. If you'd like, please post the antelope encounter to the cycle team.

You're the best!

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