On the podcast this week Sarah talked about her progress as well as her chosen charity, Arthritis Care.
Wonderful as always to hear you 🙂
Challenge heard, will do my best. Lots of love xx
Let’s hope you get 40 knts of ESE for the next month, because according to googlearth you still have 3,124 nautical miles to travel and unless you get some help from somewhere you might be getting a bit low on tucker(food) by the time you get there!
Have you considered the slowing effect of marine growth on the underwater sections of you “home” for the next 3 months?
Donation to Arthritis Care on its way, Sarah. May the winds blow in the right direction!
Here’s a big shout from everyone at CLASH group in Leicestershire. Geoff’s keeping us all in touch with your travels.
Our thoughts continue to go with you as you row across the Indian Ocean enduring the challenges on such a courageous journey for people with arthritis.
Hi Sarah, was away for a couple of days, was so happy to hear you on the podcast. We went to see Andy and Guy off yesterday in Geraldton…they are all doing well. Great to see your progress, hope the weather is good to you, as I can see some clouds over your track route, keep it up Sarah, you are doing so well.
Great to hear you again we will certainly be doing our bit to help your total. Keep up the good work and take great care.
Christine & Kathleen
Wow, I just heard you on Radio 2! You sound really well. It was great hearing a few more of your tales fromm the journey! I’m glad to hear you’ve got plenty of chocolate to keep you going and to give you a change from all the custard! I hope you’ve now located your 2nd pair of earphones so you can carry on with the books and tunes! I’ve been keeping up with your tracker and it looks like you’re making excellent progress. Wishing you all the best and hope the trip continues to go well! Love Flickety-roo xxx
P.S. The ‘pretty pants day’ bit was hilarious!!!
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