London2London Sarah Outen – 21st phonecast

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11 Responses to London2London Sarah Outen – 21st phonecast

  1. ian says:

    hi sarah,great to hear you came through ok and that you have had some sunshine and fresh air,your stoical outlook is truly inspirational to those of us without the skill or grit to take on such an epic adventure,i will attack my interviews this afternoon with renewed vigour to follow your example in a very much smaller way1
    travel well

  2. Graeme Joy says:

    Hi Sarah, you have been doing it tough but you sound so on top of your game as expected. Well done & good luck. Good to hear you can cook & get real food instead of snacks!!

  3. Susie Hewson says:

    4 Albatross sightings – the word must be out that the Outen is back on her game. What a night you have had of it, but nothing is more refreshing than a good hair wash and a nice bit of nosh! Well done SISTER for coming through with the nerves intact – not something we can say about all of us waiting for your podcasts nails at an all time low and I don’t even bite my nails!!! Well done Sarah for your high spirits X Susie

  4. Cheekiweeki says:

    Hi Sarah,
    What a brave girl you are. I lie in my bed at night in the quiet and comfort of my Brittany home, and think about you in your tiny cabin and wonder what is happening to you. What a bad time for the iPod to go on the blink! I am absolutely lost when mine is down for any reason. I love my podcasts and love DID too AND The Archers!!!! . Hope that your team will be able to give you some help in getting it going again. I guess the next tip is to bring two!!!! Wish we could send one out there to be dropped off to you, would if we could. Keep safe and as I have seen other comment, make sure you are ‘attached’ to Gulliver – as they always used to say ‘KLUNK Klip’ (Fasten the seat belt) but you are far to young to remember that. Love Pamela XX

  5. June Bibby says:

    Dear Sarah,

    Did you hear about the Nun who was very poorly? When asked if there was anything she would
    like she asked for a glass of warm milk. This was duly produced with a tot of whisky
    added. After she had drunk it she was asked if there was a message she would like to leave behind
    – to which she replied “Yes, look after that cow”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    May God bless you and keep you in His loving care.
    Love and prayers,

  6. Alex Zimmerman says:

    Hi Sarah
    Back from Italy – missed your launch while I was away
    Sorry to hear about adverse conditions. Here’s hoping a bad week is followed by a good one
    Looking forward to seeing your dot creep across to this side of the pond
    All the best

  7. Naoko says:

    Good to hear you cooked food and had freash air. Hope the weather condition will be good for rowing soon. Safe trip and enjoy

  8. Frankie Owens says:

    Hi Sarah,
    Sorry that the winds have been giving you a hard time. Lets hope they start blowing in the right direction soon. Still some great wildlife sightings to keep you going when you can get out of the cabin.
    We are off to spot sea eagles and otters next week, but you dont need bravery to do that!!
    All the best
    Frankie and Nick

  9. JETWAKE says:

    Press on regardless…you are brave and Gulliver is strong. Cheers to more rowing!
    Godspeed Sarah. Will be thinking of you at Monaco F1.

  10. Mick Dawson says:

    Hi Sarah, watching your adventures and following your progress avidly. Keep up the good work, stay patient and take it one day at a time, the bad memories will soon fade once you step off the other side. Safe journey, best wishes Mick

  11. Mary Ann Barton says:

    Don’t ever let me hear the phrase ‘ Women are the weaker sex’ this simply does not apply in your case Sarah.

    Keep on trucking. Mary Ann

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