Sarah Outen – 49th phonecast

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17 Responses to Sarah Outen – 49th phonecast

  1. Ifor Jones says:

    Good to hear that you were able to have a swim around and that you are keeping well.

  2. Annie Thompson says:

    Well done Sarah on being triumphant and getting out there… So excited for you.
    Keep up the good work… tracking you all the way
    Take care
    Annie xx

  3. peter booth says:

    You sound really happy today Sarah. I suppose you are glad to get out of that cabin. I wondered whether you kept yourself tied to the boat. I would not dare to go too far away from it. I mentioned the night sky on my last reply. I wonder if you have had a good look at it on a clear night. Do you have a telescope with you. Well I hope you make good progress now. Until the next time God Bless.Peter from Nottingham.

  4. Jim Coleman says:

    Sarah great to hear you sounding so excited after being the terrors of the storm and being confined inside. You are very brave going for a swim in the middle of the ocean, I would be petrified that the boat would go off without me. Love your blogs and great to hear each day how you are doing. Good luck and all the very best. Jim & Sue.

  5. James Quick says:

    Sarah, we love listening to each step of your adventure. Lots of people are thinking of you here at Gresham’s Prep.
    All the best,
    James and Kim

  6. Linda, Cambridge says:

    Wow – absolutely brilliant to hear the joy and excitement in your voice – what a high. Well done you! And I bet the pancakes tasted superb………

  7. ian says:

    wonderful to hear you in such obvious good spirits sarah,so pleased you escaped the cabin for a bit of freedom!

  8. stephen says:

    Long way from Choshi where I first and last saw you. I’ve been quietly watching and was getting a bit worried. Glad to see that you are conquering both elements and solitude at once.

  9. BPC says:

    So exciting to hear you made it out in the ocean! Well done! Nice to hear excited Outey! John’s been open water swimming this weekend, but as it was a lake he was never much more than a metre from the bottom! Hope you enjoyed those pancakes, Love C&J x

  10. anita corbin says:

    woohoo…happy birthday and wonderful to hear that you are having a celebration out there with all the fishes and your duck….
    i’m up to FW number 47!!..and 7 portraits have been acquired for the nation by the National Portrait Gallery …woohoo…
    onwards and upwards!
    enjoying your phonecasts you sound so clear…Anitaxxxx

  11. Gigi Walentiny says:

    Wooooohooooooooo!!!!! So happy you got to meet The Tweedles and The Green and Yellows up close and personal! Doesn’t sound as if they minded sharing their bit of the blue with you at all! It was completely awesome hearing you so DELIGHTED with yourself and life today! **HaPpY dAnCe** and BIG GRINS!!

    ~Gigi in Virginia Beach

  12. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Hi Sarah

    Its great to hear your latest report and to know things are going well for you out of the confines of the cabin and overcoming the fears of your swim. The excitemnet comes through and we can feel as though we are there with you. You are certainly so brave.

    Hope you are not confined back in the cabin for to long and we do hope that you enjoyed those pancakes.

    Take great care


    C & K

  13. Bruce Ellen says:

    Hi Sarah

    Just seen the photos of your swim.
    Seeing you are now heading in the right direction and connected to the boat how about taking a few stokes towards Canada to fill in the time.
    Dont rember if I have already asked but have you seen the green flash yet.
    Take care and hope you continue to head in the right direction.

    Cheers from sunny Queensland

  14. Susie Hewson says:

    Birthday dip in the big P what a whopper of a celebration – Happy Birthday Sarah xxxx Natracare Sisters

  15. Sarah says:

    Wow, you sound so happy Sarah! Wonderful. It must be amazing to swim in the middle of nowhere with absolutely nothing and no-one (apart from fish) in sight. Lovely to hear the happiness in your voice. Looking forward to the next podcast.
    Take care,

  16. Team Tony says:

    Way to go, Dora! So nice to hear you giggling away and having such a good time in the Pacific. Watch out for those foot-bubbles! Love from Bris xx

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