Sarah Outen – 36th phonecast

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7 Responses to Sarah Outen – 36th phonecast

  1. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Hello Sarah

    Glad things are going as well as they are and after your adventure with the sealion this morning. Its great to listen to all your stories about your adventure etc. Look forward to hearing the next.

    In the meantime take great care when you have the swim and just enjoy it what is the temperature of the water at the moment.

    Hope the wind stays favourable for you.

    Much love and big hug

    C & K

  2. Alan Hind says:

    Can’t you eat any flying fish that land on Happy Socks?

  3. Gigi Walentiny says:

    What an amazing wake up call you had!! I’m sure the little guy enjoyed the brekkie you delivered to him – how fortuitous to have a flyer on hand for him!

    Enjoy your swim – can’t wait to hear what (if anything) you find growing on the bottom of Happy Socks!

    A few calm days of great rowing mileage sounds fabulous, doesn’t it? 🙂

    ~Gigi in Va. Beach

  4. Pam Stocker says:

    HI Sarah, Great to hear good news and fun encounters. We visited your Dad’s bench yesterday in the early evening and raised a metaphorical glass to him, to your family, and to you and Happy Socks. Unfortunately we had omitted to bring the G&T, though we have occasionally taken an aperitif to Barnsdale Woods for a sundowner! The air was laden with the heady scent of bluebells after rain. Picture the colours – a green so bright it hurt the eyes above as we literally watched the leaves opening in the canopy. Dark grey clouds with the next shower driving towards us, electric yellow of rape fields in the distance, and the blue that is almost purple amongst tiger-striped leaves in the low sudden sun. A visual feast for you to snack on in your grey/blue/orange/pink world! Go well, row well today. Pamxxxx

  5. Stephen Stewart says:

    Row Sarah Row! When the weather is cooperating of course. I live in the NW USA and went for a walk in the Columbia River Gorge. Saw a Water Ouzel. They make their nests behind waterfalls and can swim…almost fly under water. Had not seen one before and apparently they are rare. Here is wishing you calm seas and fair winds and currants (tasty in pastries red or black, and good for you too). Is the water ever a different color where two currents meet? Glad to see you have some company in the form of fish and a sealion? was it? Cheers, Steve

  6. Stephen Stewart says:

    Oh, and glad you have passed the pioint where you were so rudely interrupted last time out.

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