Sarah Outen – 102nd phonecast

Listen to my latest phonecast

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7 Responses to Sarah Outen – 102nd phonecast

  1. ian says:

    hi sarah,lovely account of your encounter with the whale,fascinating creatures,283 miles to go!,great if you get some gale “assistance”,amazes me how changeable the weatherconditions are,the ocean rally is another world,looking back over a video archive I came across a training camp clip where you were showinga chapround happy socks,gave a proper sense of the privations of your current situation,did not think I could have greater respect for you but now!your resilience is truly inspirational,will go at my filing with a bit more gusto today,hope you enjoy your time ashore on Adak and that happy socks gets some TLC before the atlantic leg
    cheers ian

  2. Gigi Walentiny says:

    Ahhh…it’s sounds like you’re in a glorious world at the moment (or were, at the time you phonecasted)!! The word picture you painted for us was breathtaking!

    Under 300 miles!! Yahoo!!!!

  3. Roostie says:

    What an epic birthday call-out! Thank you Sarah! Can’t wait to exchange belated birthday hugs once you get back to land. In 1980s wetsuits again, perhaps?!

    Hello to your whale companions and hold on tight through the winds. Good luck for the final push, and see you very soon!

    A very happy and touched Roostie!

  4. Dennis Brandon says:

    Today was the first I heard of your voyage and listening to your phonecast was enlightening… Especially the bit about the whale. Have you passed Dutch Harbor (Unalaksa) or will you?
    I am now a fan and will follow your journey daily. Stay safe and warm…..
    With a smile, Dennis

  5. Stephen from Wisconsin says:

    So close, so close, may the good winds help you.

  6. Michael says:

    wow-distance from Lands End to Leeds sounds do-able, doesn’t it? wishing you favourable blowings and currents, enjoying your account of your journey
    best wishes

  7. Chris Nolan says:

    Glad to hear things are on the upside from this phonecast. Too bad you were not in the area when we in AK were getting 19+ hours of sunlight. Still, enjoy what you can see…it’s all beautiful! Tell the whales to keep a bit of distance. Stay warm and get closer to AK when you can.
    Thinking about you and turned on a few folks at work to your adventure.

    Hurry up and get to Alaska!

    Chris in Anchorage

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