Listen to my latest phonecast
Hearing you loud and clear, Sarah. How wonderful to have some ‘visitors’ as you enjoy a peaceful day. Will be watching your ‘wiggles’ on the tracker.
Kind regards – Christine
Good day Sarah. The phonecasts are super. You made me research “pilot fish” and I found that ” they are said to prefer accompanying the oceanic whitetip shark”…”and surprisingly good to eat but difficult to handle once caught”. Congratulations on WEEK ONE.
Best wishes, john, Lake Ontario
well done sara on week one realy like listening to you phone cast and following you on the tracker you are fab look folword to the next broadcast
Great stuff Sarah!
Hoping for your spirits to remain high and the sea waves low. Keep going on that positive road!
You certainly took to heart the wisdom of Nelson Mandela, South African president when he said “There is no passion to be found in playing small – in settling for a life that is less than what you are capable of living “- Keep up your adventure and keep on inspiring others.
Happy week two Sarah! I’m glad you’ve got some company out there – I hope the thrill of seeing all the creatures around you never wears off. It’s great to hear all your updates, and well done for submitting a blog post in the throes of queasiness. You’re keeping us all happy even if your stomach is not!
I hope that the approaching winds don’t eat up too many of your hard-rowed miles – keep safe xxxx
Congratulations on your first week at sea. I was just laughing at the thought of Sarah will most likely never be well suited for having a desk job in the near future. That would be way too boring for you! It is wonderful that you are surrounded by whales and dolphins at times. I hope you have a chance to make photos or videos.
Hi Sarah great job…hope the wind is at your backside…wow…what an adventure
…all I can say is WOW! Keep on rowing girl! Cheers..John Young
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