A rowing song

Adventures are a great way to learn. I love seeing how schools and classes use the expedition to inspire lessons and assemblies. Here is a song that some students from Stamford Junior School (where I spent most of my Junior years) sent me after their `London2London` themed weekend. They also sent pictures of them kayaking, rowing, dressing up and there were even reports of baking.

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If your school is doing something around the expedition then please send us a report and a picture to let us know what you got up to. And if you would like a live call from the ocean then please drop us a line via education@sarahouten.com

All salty best,




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9 Responses to A rowing song

  1. Tari says:

    That is way too cool. Do you have any special pressie for such dedicated young fans such as these bunch?

  2. Gigi Walentiny says:

    That was absolutely fabulous!!! Sure brought a smile to my face!!

    ~Gigi in Va. Beach

  3. lesley says:

    Sarah good luck and may you have smooth seas friendly winds and waves and may all your current currents be going your way God Bless and I will say a prayer for you safety every time I think of you or get an update Love and best wishes from the land down under Lesley

  4. Brendon Cary says:

    Good luck out there. Hope it’s a better window than last year.

  5. christina watts says:

    Girl pOWEr Sarah ~ looking forward to your Chapter 2 stories …

    Take care
    with love

  6. Jill and Stan Lewis says:

    Godspeed, Jill & Stan Lewis

  7. Jill and Stan Lewis says:

    Praying for fair winds, fwd rowing & freindly tagalong fish, for you our courageous & brave adventurer.
    We admire you so much. Love Jill & Stan Lewis (RPYC fellow boat loaders)

  8. Whoop whoop! All the very best of great good fortune Sarah.

  9. Eddie Edrich says:

    Good luck on this next leg Sarah. Thinking of you all the way.

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