07-19 Day 10 Technical breakdown

I’ve been able to provide limited power to the PC by plugging in a battery pack, and feeding it into the PC via the USB-C port. I was only able to charge the PC to 20%, so my time for today is up, and I’m desperately trying to get a stronger and longer charge to take.

I’ll travel to Dusseldorf tomorrow, and Ingo will help me find a suitable power supply. But in the meantime, you should know that I had a ball on the tours today, and took a great deal of video and still images of Amsterdam.

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Cliff Musante

Cliff Musante is a technologist, business leader, motorcycle enthusiast, father, grandfather, and more. In June, 2013 his passion for motorcycles was revitalized, and he set out to ride across Patagonia. Since then, he's logged thousands of miles, ridden across the US, and on July 10, 2019, he began a 120 day trip through Europe, and then on to Russia, China, and parts East. This 'Blog is the story of all of his adventures.


  1. Hi Cliff. I was worried something like that could happen. I checked amazon. They have mini gps tracking devices. You should consider it

    1. Hey Doug,
      I’m definitely going to buy a tracker, but I can already see that trying to buy one of these things in Berlin, rather than through Amazon, delivered to Indian Land, is a whole nother story.

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