Sarah Outen – 39th phonecast

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10 Responses to Sarah Outen – 39th phonecast

  1. Christine Foley says:

    Dear Sarah

    Thanks for the invite – I’m looking out my party frock and open-toed sandals (still wearing winter gear here in Wales on a ‘missy’ chilly morning) – Hawii, though, sounds good! Keeping a daily eye on your tracker and postings. Lots of fair weather and some good rowing is wished for you.

    Kind regards


  2. christina watts says:

    Can’t believe it’s come round to you partying on an Ocean again Sarah ~ sort of making it a habit you are 🙂

    Guess you have your bunting ready and balloons maybe ?? Chocolate and Champagne yum yum ~ we’ll all be there celebrating … have to put Bob out to make sure we can all climb aboard this time …

    big hug

  3. Heather and Cameron says:

    Hi Sarah
    Working out how we can join you for your birthday!
    Must have been wonderful to see all the albatrosses.
    Hope the mist has cleared by now
    Love Heather and Cameronx

  4. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Hi Sarah

    Good to hear your latest report and hope that soon you will be rowing again. Hope things go well and especially for you on your birthday. Doesn’t seem possible its brthday time again. Hope the fog soon clears.

    Take great care for now

    K & C

  5. Sarah Gray says:

    Hi, I happened to switch onto the travel channel on sky – and they were promoting your book. My daughter and I came to see you speaking about three or four years ago at St Hugh’s School in Faringdon. I immediately went onto Amazon and downloaded to my kindle. We are not as a family having a great time at the moment but your book made me ‘man up’ and lifted me out of the foul mood I had been in all day. SO … THANK YOU AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY.

  6. Alan Hind says:

    Every time I hear you talking about Albatrosses, I always think of that Monty Python sketch. Sorry can’t make the party, but I’m sending you a card via Twitter. I have edited the latest tracker picture somewhat .. hope you like it!

  7. Alex Zimmerman says:

    Birthdays come and go, and as important as they are, the first 1000 miles from Choshi is not a milestone that will come again (we hope)
    Congratulations on getting this far!

  8. Ray Girard says:

    I was talking with Dr. Doolittle and asked him to tell the animals near you to put together a special visit on Sunday. Be prepared. ;)>

  9. lesley says:

    hi sarah I will go down to the foreshore of Geraldton at 4pm on the day you nominate and drink a glass of orange juice to you I did this for Roz when she had a day in the indian pond last year still hoping the indian pond will be your next venture have a happy birthday I wish I could send you some aussie bananas I had one last night yum oranges and of course our very famous granny smith apples bless you lesle y

  10. Pam Stocker says:

    I’ll be there! Name the place (somewhere in the Pacific), the time (undetermined, but hopefully sunny) the day (when the wind stops blowing enough to boogie on deck) It may not be your favourite way to celebrate but it could be a birthday outing… – how about a lovely dip in lovely deep water! Much love from Mrs S

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