London2London Sarah Outen – 17th phonecast

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13 Responses to London2London Sarah Outen – 17th phonecast

  1. Naoko says:

    Great miles!!! Hope you don’t get sea sick.Safe trip

  2. Great to hear your safe & well and battling on.

    Keep safe Sarah.

    Darren

  3. Dennis Davidson says:

    Chin up Sarah…stiff upper lip and all that as my mum used to tell me. You should write some poetry out there on the sea…maybe a haiku or two.

  4. Peter Karwacki says:

    Martell is current just sub 4000 on his distance. No issues with ventilation hatches. Try chewing gum.

    Pete

  5. hoxtonboy says:

    Had to google what a ‘sea anchor’ was, now know, sounds like a useful peace of kit – good to hear your updates. Safe rowing Sarah.

  6. anita corbin says:

    sounding good on the phone cast…thank god for gaffer tape!
    hope your roller coaster ride is exciting enough but not too scary.
    Axx

  7. JETWAKE says:

    You are doing great! Get some more sleep when you can and remember to eat protein.
    You sound like you are in good spirits.
    Be well and be safe, Sarah.

  8. Louise says:

    Will be thinking of you when we go off to Weymouth today and are by the sea. You are quite incredible!! Not sure if you heard of Claude the Crab (featured in British press few weeks ago) but we are hoping to meet him as he is partly looked after at Sea Life by my future daughter in law!! Do keep safe

    Love

    louise xx

  9. Robert jones says:

    Hi Sarah, great to see you are doing well keep on going!!! Give the antarctic a wave for me it’s the place I always wanted to walk to captain Scott and all that but to old now, never mind, don’t forget a roast homegrown pork dinner with Tracey and I when you get back to Bligjty..

    Best regards

    Robert Tracey, Stan

  10. Graeme says:

    Great miles, well done. bad luck about the winds. Gaffa tape is the solution for almost everything! You’re sounding in good form, great. Good luck

  11. Susie Hewson says:

    I think Happy Socks are on Sarah as you sound quite jolly despite the condensation problem. Whilst you are idling – Gaffa tape uses – can we start a list? Oddly I googled obscure uses and there were a lot of sites. Avoiding the obvious and artistic, I plumped for the science approach.

    1. Gaffa tape ( or Duct tape formerly known as Duck tape) was used as a life saver on the Apollo 13 mission – good outcome. – 2. used in WWII to keep water out of ammunition cases and to seal food. – 3. Duct Tape Occlusion Therapy was essentially created to get rid of those unsightly warts. – 4. MacGyver had a small, flattened roll of duct tape in his back pocket at all times and could “fix a computer with a hairpin and a piece of duct tape. – 5. hurricane season is most definitely the time to stock up on Gaffa tape for the windows…..6. not a personal recommendation but hair removal!!!! 7.

  12. Angus says:

    Glad to see you are whizzing along at great speed,hope the forcast is good for the weeks ahead.Saw a photo of the Dalai lama the other day,i wonder where he gets his shoes from they look realy comfy?

  13. Ray Girard says:

    Stay close to yourself, Sarah. You are your own strength. Don’t let anything cause you to leave that fortress. Everything external is less than you are. Everything. Keep control.
    -My heart rows with you.
    Langley, CANADA

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