This week Sarah talks about her progress and wildlife sightings on the podcast.
Fantastic sarah. Wonderful to hear your voice too. We,re loving it. Jill & Stan RPYC.
Hi Sarah, it was so nice to hear your voice and your very interesting report on your daily life on Serendipity, We are happy that you are enjoying the wild life around you and to watch amazing sunrise and sunset,the best of all was the determination, when you said ” Mauritius here I come”, of course you will make it in no time, the way you are going!!!! and you will reward yourself with a ” Rum and Coco Punch” which Marcel,is getting ready for you. Go! girl Go!
I (and my children) are following your journey with great interest. We are from Perth and heard about your journey through the local media. It is great for the children to see that some things they think of as being impossible are actually being done by adventurous people like yourself. Some of the questions the children have asked are 1. How do you stop yourself drifting in the wrong direction all night while you sleep? 2. Do you produce your own water. 3. Do you jump overboard for a wash? Hope you don’t mind all the questions. Oh, my son also asked how many of those flying push ups you could do??
I hope the current remains favourable for you, keep up the great work.
Great job Sarah! Keep up the good work and we’ll keep following you with interest.
Just keep swimming, just keep swimming! … [replace swimming with rowing]
In rain soaked uk and economic bad situation was wonderful to hear about wildlife out there in latest podcast better than a Dickie Attenborough prog. Well done been following progress.
well done keep going enjoyed your voice message
Hi heard about your adventure on Mark and Stuarts show on radio 2. Just heard your podcast have the greatest of times and never forget a moment.Your father im sure is so proud, hope those currents remain favourable work on the tan, Mark&Jo
Hi there from sarah’s Mum…..
First of all, a message from Srah to say that she is so pleased and grateful for ALL the messages of support, especially in recent days as she passed the 1000nm mark!!! Wowee…maybe I had better hurry up and book something out to Mautitius!!
Sarah also wants me to pass on best wishes to Class 10,Stafford Leys Primary School, Leicester….she says she will be very pleased to come and see you all once she’s back in UK.
Sarah also says to tell Marcel that she will eat any fruit and every fruit that he can lay his hands on!!! so watch out…there may not be any for anyone else!!!
( I also have heard that when she read all those messages regarding the 1000nm mark, she was so excited she ate nerly a whole packet of biscuits……….just to keep up the energy stores you understand)
Thankyou ALL again for your kind messages and especially to those who have donated £££ so generously to her charity….ARTHRITIS CARE. It means so much to her , to know that she has such support.
Helen (Sarah’s Mum)
We are delighted to hear of your progress – fantastic news.
We have a chart at work and the guys are following your journey.
St Hilda’s school have a full page spread with pics in their school mag – they were delighted with your visit and hope you will come back to Perth.
You are an inspiration to many in WA.
hi sarah,good to hear from you,it really does add a special extra dimension to your reports,without the rowing our days seem oddly similar……
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