London2London Sarah Outen – 25th phonecast

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    11 Responses to London2London Sarah Outen – 25th phonecast

    1. Shelagh says:

      Great work Sarah and Gulliver!

    2. john Globemasterone says:

      “Very happy” and “in the groove”….congrats Sarah and Gulliver on catching “the wave” to Canada. Great “newscast” from the Pacific. Carry on….
      john, Lake Ontario

    3. Maren Hasse says:

      AWESOME! So glad to hear you sounding so happy! What a wonderful journey you are on… I have been following you vicariously for a few weeks now. Wishing you all the best – you are truly an inspiration!
      Light and love on your journey!
      PS. My home is your home if you need a place to crash on your way thru heading East… I live just outside of Edmonton, AB.
      Maren, Stony Plain, AB, Canada

    4. Susie Hewson says:

      Sarah is in the GROOVE and moving EAST drum role and whoooppp! whoopppp!! Go Gulliver

    5. Phil Harnett says:

      Hi Sarah

      OK – the knitting is over and you have got the hang of this “going east” stuff. I did an hour on the rowing machine last night and was totally buggered …. you did 13 hours yesterday…. amazing !!

      Hope the headphones are working OK for you.

      Just think of the Melton Mowbray pork pie and Stilton cheese waiting for you in 2013 ha ha.

      Good luck ! P

    6. JETWAKE says:

      You sound great after eleven hours of rowing. Glad to know that the ships can locate Gulliver and see that you are
      out there in the ocean and can read your signal.
      Enjoy!

    7. Pam Stocker says:

      Great news. Sometimes going with the flow is the best thing there can be. Lentils sound good. Ships sound less delicious. Can’t work out how to find the plotter. Someone help me! I’m finishing a textile commission … painting with an iron and bondaweb and layer upon layer of fabrics. I know it sounds weird, but it’s really ‘cool’ – excuse the pun, irons being a little warm, usually. Love to you. Red while and blue greetings from Rutland.

    8. Pam Stocker says:

      Red white and blue, that was meant to be. Ooops.

    9. Bridget says:

      Sarah, what an amazing journey you are on . I am just wondering how do you keep all your instruments in the boat charged up plus your I-Pod charged up? Glad to hear your doing great………………..Bridget

    10. Dave Baldwin says:

      What great news Sarah! We were concerned that it seemed as if you were not making progress at all. We hold you in high regard here!
      Blessings,
      Dave & Louise Baldwin

    11. Ray Bentley says:

      Really Great News , Glad to hear you are happy and things are going well and eating up the miles east, some unbelievably wiggly lines, but on track again, following you every day Sarah, Ray London,

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