A little teaser of video from the ocean. My thanks to my Director, Richard Butchins for cutting it together. Now onwards with the quest for backing to turn it into a documentary…. Any ideas, please wing them my way!
Meanwhile life trucks on with talks and book writing and allsorts. Busy days but happy days.
Outey Toot Toot x
Amazing clips – make it a series!
Fantastic! I can’t wait for the full documentary.
I love the decorating inside the cabin.
Just beautiful stuff. I’ve said it many times before; you truly are one little champ.
WOW – even though the clip is short it really gives a much better appreciation for the voyage! Really looking forward to more whether it be a book or video!
Oh my goodness – that has just made me feel seasick and I’m only sitting at my desk watching the video clip! Big respect all over again, Sarah – that’s reminded me all over again how fantastic an effort the whole adventure was – well done, and please hurry up with the whole documentary/DVD/book thing! Amanda x
i cant wait to see the whole thing. we have been following you closely and are so impressed with your historic achievement! woohoo!!
Your amazing to go through that,its along way on the ocean ,I know as i spent most of my young life on it & it can be real mean
THANKS for the video ,we can all relize what it was really like that you done . We would love lots more of your fete when you get to it. THANKS again ! Really enjoyed & loved it TAKE CARE until we grace your experance & company again CHERRIO TERRY B!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fantastic. Absolutely fantastic! Looking forward to the DVD. Bloody scary too.
just say hello and well done….from singapore
Nice tushy!!! LOL To make a documentary all you need is a trusty computer with the ability to record your voice-overs. I assume you were recording digitally either on a Hard drive camera or with Mini DV tapes. Once it’s all in the editing program (I use iMove by APPLE) you can add effects, music, still images etc. almost too easy.
P.S. that’s iMovie that I use for editing
‘Wonder full’ of excitement
‘Up setting’ a record
‘Joy us’ enjoyed it.
Now I can SEE for myself exactly why I am in awe of you. Your vulnerability made me cry. You are such a brave young woman… so inspirational!
love jill in Perth W. australia.
Thanks for that snippet Sarah,puts it all into perspective in a way that the daily blogs never could. Probably just as well though, as you would have given most of your fans some serious cause for concern.Looking forward to the next installments … and your return visit to Perth.
Absolutely amazing, Sarah. Looks like it was a time of extremely intense feelings! It is altogether mind-blowing. Hope all is well back at home & look forward to receiving T-Shirt and more video or photo coverage of your voyage!
Marvelous video. Well Done Sara.
Great shots Sarah. It must have been hard to make yourself take them at times, but I am glad you did. I hope there are plenty more.
I guess at present it almost seems as though it was easier to get up every day and just row (and survive) than it is now writing a book and organising this, that and the other. But you’ll do both well, as it’s your nature.
Looking forward to reading and watching your adventure when released.
Blinding Video! That’s put it all in perspective.
I think you did marvellously – well done 🙂
Wot, no BBC exec. breathing down your neck to make a documentary? They should be ashamed of themselves.
Really nice to meet you last night, Sarah. Let’s meet and chat sometime soon. Let me know when you’re in the Big Smoke…
Love your video sarah you are one great girl or i should say lady good on you norm&carol walker huonville tasmania