Sarah Outen – 61st phonecast

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13 Responses to Sarah Outen – 61st phonecast

  1. Heather and Cameron says:

    Hi Sarah,
    So glad the water maker is fixed, Must be a big relief! Hope the rain stops soon and you can get back outside in the fresh air again.

    Cameron and Heather x

  2. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Hello Sarah

    Great to hear that you have now fixed your water maker, also the fact that you have reached another major target 165th mark.

    You are so truly remarkable and inspirational.

    Happy Rowing in the right dircetioon and we hsall look forwad to your next reports.

    all good wishes, Hope you have enjoyed a few more treats as you find them as you certainly deserve them.

    Big hug for now.

    Where are you aiming for in Canada when you get there, as we have some rels over in UK at the moment from Vancouver and they are now going to be following you.

    Much love

    C & K

  3. ola class 1k manor school says:

    were you in poland? if you were tell me! because i usto live there. well done!!!!!!!

  4. Shelagh says:

    So glad to hear you’ve fixed the water maker….let’s hear it for fresh, non-smelly H2O! Also loved hearing the joy in your voice today. Happy rowing in Happy Socks.

  5. Ray Girard says:

    Fresh water + Eastward movement = smiles.
    Things are just adding up, Sarah. Good on ya’.

  6. Stephen Stewart says:

    Howdy Sara! Go Go Go! More later. All the best, Steve

  7. Gigi Walentiny says:

    Thank you for the laugh at the end of your phonecast! So glad you’ve had a happy, although rainy, Monday! Good, clean, non-smelly water does a body good, especially when you don’t have to spend hours each day handcranking a watermaker to acquire it! 🙂

    ~Gigi in Va. Beach

  8. Nik Seymour says:

    Hey Sarah, I’ve just read your book and now I’m trying to following you around the world. I have thoroughly enjoyed watching your interviews on You Tube and get reminders when you have a new Phonecast BUT unfortunately I can’t access them on my iPad. Grrrr 🙁 is there any way that I can read your updated blogs? You are truly amazing and inspirational … My biggest feat is only a Half- Marathon haha.
    Take care and have fun, from Nik the Kiwi x

  9. Linda, Cambridge says:

    Result (on various levels) – brilliant news all round. Well done you!

  10. Janice Melvin says:

    So glad to hear you were able to sort out the water pump problem and are making progress towards Vancouver Island! 🙂 Perhaps you will make it for Thanksgiving!
    Always wonderful and inspirational to listen to your podcasts.

    Best wishes, calm seas and blue skies,

    Janice, Vancouver Island, Canada

  11. john marceaux says:

    Hi Brave Soul,

    I came across your mission by accident while searching, “not to be used for navigation”. A photograph of a chart of Tartary Strait was found along with photograph of Sarah. I was curious and click the link and to my utmost surprise I came across an amazing journey! I am still figuring out all the details of what is going on here. Right now, I am blown away by the amount of time you are spending on the ocean to get to Canada. I picked up on the time spent in the Indian Ocean and that provided me with a time datum point.

    Are there photographs of the inside on you sea vessel? I will look for them.

  12. João Paulo Diniz, Lisbon, Portugal says:

    You are great! What a courage to face the elements in order to achieve your target! May God be with you to make you very strong every moment!! Well done!!

  13. EricSurf6 says:

    Looking good Sarah! A big Congrats to you on two months at sea! Midway Island and Hawaii are looking close. 3000 nautical miles to go! Get Some! Training with Sarah:

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