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Ep. 794: Bicycling Across America with Autistic Son - Revisited - Travis Saunders

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Originally aired July 05, 2019.

Travis said he'll never forget that feeling of sitting in the car with his wife, Fiona, after the pediatricians diagnosed their son, Patch, with autism at 21-months-old. They thought their life of adventuring around the world was over. However, in time, the family has learned to do some pretty epic stuff, like ride a bicycle 5,600 km across the US. Travis contributes their ability to continue adventures to their relentless pursuit of putting every single situation in a positive light.

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