Hello everyone! After a few weeks of silence I hit the trails again. The silent weeks were occupied doing the full service of the truck, doing tire balancing and wheel alignment, installing a new battery, and a number of maintenance items that were all due at pretty much the same time. Since I often travel alone in remote areas of the mountains it is critical that the truck be in tip top shape. If I ever was to get stuck out there, there isn’t even cell phone reception, so there is no help available. So, with the maintenance dealt with, I could think again of going out.
I recently spend five days exploring new trails, old mines, and beautiful landscapes in the Andes, just west of Mendoza. Most of all, I spent that time totally alone, enjoying the silence and vastness of nature. It is highly beneficial for the mind. I recorded my experiences during that week, and uploaded a video on Youtube. I will let you watch it here below. I hope you enjoy it, and until next time: Stay safe!
2 thoughts on “Ancient Mines & Old Trails In The Andes.”
Splendide! À quelle date ces mines étaient exploitées? Qu’est-ce qu’on extrayait de ces mines?
Magnifique ciel étoilé, paysage coloré super, l’immensité. Les videos sont bien réalisés. Bravo et merci
Merci. Difficile de savoir exactement. Une était une mine de talc, mais il n’y a pas de mine d’or ni d’argent dans la région.