Today I want to share a post from my friend Murph. Murph is on an around the world trip on his BMW sidecar rig and posts his progress on his blog “Where The Hell Is Murph?”
This link will take you to his blog Where the Hell is Murph ?…: NORDKAPP…….Top of the World.
His story is one of self discovery and persistence. I met Murph several years ago at the BUB Motorcycle Speed Trials at the Bonneville Salt Flats. At that time he was traveling around the country following various motorsports events and living off his motorcycle. He usually camped near the events and in the case of some events such as the Baja offroad races he followed the race from the tip of Mexico back to the USA camping along the way.
Last year he decided to undertake an around the world motorcycle trip which he began this past fall in Holland. He went to Holland where he had his BMW converted to a sidecar rig in order to be able to carry all the gear he needs to be self sufficient and be able to handle the varied terrain that his quest will take him through.
He is also a very talented photographer and writer which is why I’ve decided to share his New Year’s Day post with all of you. He doesn’t use any special programs to process his images relying mainly on Photoshop for his editing. He shoots Nikon cameras and lenses as well as using his iPhone to record some video.
He began his trip in the beginning of winter and has been riding in ice and snow for a couple of months now. He wanted to ride to the North Cape in Nordkapp, Norway ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Cape,_Norway ) before heading for Russia this year. As he says on his blog “It’s all downhill from here”.
I hope you enjoy reading his story and seeing his photography.
9 thoughts on “Where the Hell is Murph ?…: NORDKAPP…….Top of the World.”
I hope you will take some time to look through Murph’s photos the guy is very good.
He is living the dream
He’s a great guy with an incredible story of how and why he is where he is today.
Wow what a great life
Read this and was blown away, what a great guy and what an adventure.
Yes on both counts Karen.
That is an amazing story. And yes, beautiful photographs!
Great documentation indeed…thoroughly enjoyed!