Time2GetLost runs a small guide service in NH and soon, Argentina. We have a small group of very qualified and friendly guides that love to show off our beautiful state. For the most part, all of our trips are catered to a group’s individual needs. Our main focus is 4×4 trucks and SUVs but we have also led tours for motorcycles and cars on the many scenic paved roads throughout New Hampshire. From a single day of off-road fun to a several week tour of New Hampshire, we can work together to make your trip exactly what you want.
The Guide Service portion of this website will soon split off into it’s own entity, but for now, it will remain a small page hidden in our trip journal. We want to keep our trips small and as non-commercial as possible but at the same time, we want to give people that we otherwise wouldn’t normally meet the opportunity to see our wonderful state in a unique and exciting way.
In Progress Expeditions:
Norte A Sur Aventura – New Hampshire USA to Ushuaia, Argentina
Cost: Self supported
Open spots: Unlimited
The Norte A Sur Aventura is an open-ended and open-route trip from New Hampshire, USA to the Southern tip of Argentina. This adventure is expected to take somewhere near 6-8 months. Anyone that wants to join in on the fun is welcome to meet up and travel with us while we explore Central and South America. Our rough route is outlined in the “The Adventure” tab above every page on the site.
October 7-9, 2011 – Trans-New Hampshire Expedition
Cost: Self supported
Open spots: 1 of 5
The Trans-New Hampshire Expedition is a laid back three day ride across New Hampshire. You will travel from the Canadian border in the North to the Massachusetts border in the South-West. The trip will consist of a mixture of pavement and off-road driving and will cover approximately 300 miles. Although highway time is very minimal, we require that your vehicle be capable of 70mph sustained travel, have a valid state inspection sticker, and be in otherwise good working order. Three days is not enough time already and any on-trail breakdowns caused by incomplete maintenance and/or neglect are not appreciated. A CB radio is highly recommended. If you don’t have a CB, we have some available for rent.
2009 – Trans-New Hampshire Expedition
Its 9pm and our speed is reduced to a crawl as the enveloping fog reduces visibility to mere feet. I cant tell if headlights on or headlights off is better. The corn rows on both sides of the road are the only indicators that we are still on track. At this point, we are about an hour late to the meeting spot and this walking pace isn’t helping the situation. A set of headlights was appearing ahead of us. “First car we’ve seen in miles.” Kate says. As it comes closer we both slow and attempt to stay on the non-visible road. It wasn’t until he was almost next to us that we realized it was one of our expedition partners, Jay, totally lost and unable to find the meeting spot in the dense fog. “I could have killed you guys. Where have you been?!” We got him turned around and made our way to the cabin that we are calling home for the night. The other partners arrived over the next couple of hours and we made plans to depart in the morning to the Canadian border.
For the complete story and more photos: http://forums.exploringnh.com/showpost.php?p=49173&postcount=1