Sarah Outen – 110th phonecast

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18 Responses to Sarah Outen – 110th phonecast

  1. Sarah Wilson says:

    Sounds like you are right on track Sarah. Well done! You are nearly there. And I know that you will be sharpening all your mental resources for the final push. We are pushing with you and lending all our mental weight to see you home safely. Adak Ahoy!

  2. john Globemasterone says:

    Wonderful report. I am monitoring to see if your signal is picked up by the receiving station at Akutan, Alaska. So far nothing….perhaps the strength of your signal etc. prevents it. As long as other traffic close by sees you…that’s all that counts. Glad to hear your batteries are charging again. Your journey tracker is helpful in matching Happy Sock’s position on the ais map.
    john on a rainy night on Lake Ontario

  3. Chris Nolan says:

    Short message but sounds like you are high in spirits! Keep up the good work and close on in on Adak! Praying for restful sleep and safe journeys.

    Chris in Anchorage

  4. jill lewis says:

    We too are giving you all we can for a safe landing.
    jill and stan, RPYC Fremantle

  5. João Paulo Diniz, Lisbon, Portugal says:

    Come on Sarah, you’re almost there! God bless you!!
    JP Diniz, Portugal

  6. Maureen says:

    Hope you have a nice smooth landing Sarah, finding your ‘land legs’ might be a bit tougher on other than a standard jetty! Pleased to know that within hours you will be safe again.

  7. Averil Trott says:

    Anxiously putting computer on every day – keep going you are so nearly there. Love Averill

  8. Linda, Cambridge says:

    Sunshine, charging batteries and very nearly there – great news! Stay strong and keep safe – here’s wishing you a stress-free rest of journey……..

  9. Graham Pugh says:

    Hi Sarah, You’ve achieved a fantastic feat in the last few days of navigating (w/o a rudder) to be in exactly the position you need to be at to approach Adak I., Well done and congratulations.
    I’m sure the folks at Adak, especially the children will give you a very warm welcome.
    Fair winds and following seas, and a very save landing.
    Graham, Kingston, ON

  10. Heather and Cameron says:

    Hi Sarah, keep on doing what you are doing, row Happy Socks to Adak. You CAN do this, stay focused . We are with you all the way. Love and hugs
    Heather and Cameron xx

  11. Gigi Walentiny says:

    Oh so very nearly there now!! To think you may be within sight of land as I type this is exciting stuff indeed!! You and Happy Socks take good care of each other as you prepare to see each other ashore onto Adak Island! Cannot WAIT to read that it’s a done deal!!

    Gigi in Va. Beach

  12. Lizzie says:

    Best of luck for the final push to land sarah! Hope it goes smoothly. We are all loving your blog and are so proud of you.
    Love Bpc junior xx

  13. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Hi Sarah

    Great things are going well and that you are almost there, We are so proud of you as I know your Mum is and your Dad will be there with you too as well. Hope the landing goes as planned. We shall be following you all of the way.

    Take care and happy rowing.

    C & K

  14. JETWAKE says:

    How exciting for you and all of your followers! Stick the landing as they say in gymnastics! All the best, Sarah!

  15. Stephen Stewart says:

    Go Sarah Go! You are almost there! Fantastic! Cheers, Steve

  16. Lizzy perkins says:

    This is so exciting tht you are nearly there. I have been waking up at night throughout the summer thinking of you in the middle of the ocean and how awesome that is. Can’t wait to see photos when you land. You can do this last push. Yes you can!

  17. Helen Outen says:

    Huge thanks to everyone for all your support and comments, it means a lot to Sarah and to her family to know that she has so many good wishes and so much suport out there. Nearly there now….about 13 miles to go. ………………..
    Thank you

  18. Sarah says:

    Wow Sarah, so close! How exciting that must be. Hope the landing goes well and that those first steps aren’t too difficult!!
    With you all the way…

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