Author Archives: Sarah

Phonecast: Day 73

Day 73: A bit of a timescale resize and retaining perspective, West winds help Sarah head home…

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Old Mrs Turtle

I had just been rudely awoken by a wave slamming the back of the boat and sloshing in through the slightly open hatch, soaking my feet. I was confused. I was sure that I had closed it after lapping up lungfuls of air an hour …

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All because of the cous cous…

Yesterday I cried because I couldn’t find a bag of cous cous for breakfast. That’s how tough a day it was, everything seeming to explode (metaphorically,  don’t worry – boat still intact) and make tiny things huge. Having been focused for a day of good mileage …

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Meet my neighbours

Today I put the GoPro under the boat to photograph my downstairs neighbours – the Grannies. There were more than I had realised,  but a sad omission, too. I couldn’t see a single Tweedle – my favourite Boat Fish of all time. (Read my book …

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Day 60 approaches

Day sixty approaches. Unfortunately the only thing that I seem to be approaching is the Grand Banks and Canada.  I love the latter and am intrigued by the former, though I want to visit neither.  I want to go home.

Not right now; don’t worry, I still want …

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