From my random encounter with Irruputuncu - the initial volcano I happened to stumble upon - I decided to follow the fault line down the boarder between Chile and Bolivia, and continue doing quick speedpaints of the consecutive volcanoes in order. Nothing more than a amusing little task to chip away at in my spare time.
Now, the boarder between Chile and Bolivia is not that substantial, both in terms of mileage and volcano activity, so it wouldn't take much more effort on my part to see this little whim through. However, once you hit the boarder with Argentina, the stakes suddenly become markedly higher. We are talking hundreds of volcanoes that slowly slink their way down to that oldschool mariners nightmare that is Cape Horn.
Even I could finish up the Chile/Bolivia boarder volcanoes with a spit of gumption. A fun little challenge completed. But what if I crossed the line and started on the Argentina boarder volcanoes? Well, if I'm honest with myself, I will never know. :)
San Pedro II