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This years Gobi March adventure commences, at least my humble part of it. All the preparations are done, the suitcase is packed, a little heavier than one might hope and so very glad I don’t have to traipse across the desert with it on my back.
About 4 months ago a good friend, John P, made a strange announcement that he would participate in the Gobi March, a 7 day marathon, 250km somewhere in the the Gobi Desert in northern China. And then it started.