Listen to my latest phonecast
Sarah is ok, signal cut her off again! She is tired but ok and will be sub 100 miles by midnight her time (lunchtime in the UK!)
Hello Sarah and company
Great to hear you are in double digits now. Get as much sleep as you are able and you will then be able to enjoy the entry onto land so much more. You have a wonderful support team behind you.
Hope you enjoyed the hot chocolate with marshmallows, you certainly deserve it.
Not too long to go now, enjoy the last bit, we know you can do it. As soon as you land some money will be on its way to your fund.
Big hug and Happy rowing. Looking forward to heraing you are safe and well on dry land with a successful landing by yourslef and in daylight this time.
C & K
Can’t believe how few times we will be hearing ‘greetings from the north pacific’ now! you have done so well! We are so proud! All the family are excited by your imminent (hehe spell check wanted eminent – equally appropriate?!) arrival on land!! Lots of love, xx
What wonderful news almost on dry land once again! I too will miss your, mostly, cheerful greetings from the North Pacific! I hope you will have managed to eat your way through all the goodies you had secretly stowed around Happy Socks. I guess it will take a few days for you to adjust to being with human animals after all the ocean animals you have enjoyed over the past few months. Enjoy your last few miles with them
It’s almost done! Rest and row. Stay alert and enjoy the upcoming views of Alaska. Hope your team finds an easy entry point for you to land. Thinking of you and checking for updates even at 2 a.m. Can’t wait to hear of a successful landing.
Chris in Anchorage
Eagerly awaiting news of your landing. Enjoy your last moments of vast and imperious (impervious would be just as good) oceans. Well done Sarah!!
Wow Sarah! You are almost there! Go Sarah go! All the best, Steve
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