Listen to my latest phonecast
“A bird on the boat,
is not quite worth a ‘bird’ IN the boat.”
“A booby on the boat,
is worth two IN the boat.”
Oh, I give up!
I was trying for something that would make you smile,
but I don’t think I achieved that.
Be of good cheer, nonetheless. ;)>
Always glad to hear your phonecast. Sort of the pep talk of the day. And very happy to see that as meaningless as a tiny row boat can be in the middle of the Pacific, it still made a world of difference for that bird.
A passenger bird haiku for you…
Unknown bird rides free
Whilst our Sarah has to row
Some have all the luck
Hoping that the weather forecast fizzles out and that you can escape the confines of your cabin and make the acquaintance of your uninvited “guest!”
You and Happy Socks stay safe out there!!
~Gigi in Va. Beach
Watching your progress daily … I see that the joy of the sprouting lentils a few days ago have made you change course and change your mind about dropping into Midway for a burger and chips then !
Earlier you asked for some more poetry, but as I am an Engineer and not much good at that sort of thing, here is one I remember from when I was a kid … still makes me laugh.
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Some poems rime
But this one doesn’t ..
Wrong Rime … Rhyme would have been better !
hi Sarah Say hello to your passengers from all the swooping magpies here in Geraldton I’m sure that was what the one that pecked hair out of my head OW was trying to say I wish he and his mat es would keep you company but you wouldnt want them swooping here is about the only rhyme I claim to know
Ooey Gooey was a worm
He wriggled on the rail
He didnt see the train coming
OH OOEY GOOEY
it still makes me smile
I dont know which part of Canada you are aiming for but I have joined a postcard group and recieved my first card from Vancouver very very pretty at night our Indian Ocean friends are 1300 kms out and they have had major problems with there water maker bye for now Lesley Ps there is 3 of them
Just take great care in all this latest round of problems. The booby came to say hello and to keep you compnay and of course to leave you presents, just like the many seagulls this end leaving so many parcels.
Do hope that the winds won;t be as first feard.
All good wishes and salty best to you and Happy Socks
C & K
Say hello to the booby for me. You keep mentioning the tracker. where do I find this on the site. Hope the winds calm down for you and you can dry out. Best of luck to you and happy socks. God Bless. Peter from nottingham.
If you go to the Home page on Sarah’s website and look at the text on the left hand side, you will see the link to the tracker (click on the word ‘tracker’). It’s quite small so easy to miss. This takes you to the tracker page. Hope that helps. Mel
I hope you can be back!!!!! sarh
To sarh I’m happy you are very good at it
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