Sarah Outen – 70th phonecast

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12 Responses to Sarah Outen – 70th phonecast

  1. Linda, Cambridge says:

    Or how about ‘corridge’? A rather nice pun on what it must take to eat the concoction (if not to say what you have in spades all the time out there on the ocean). But maybe the mixture might actually taste OK? Hard to tell, but I don’t think I’ll try it! Let us know if you do. What fantastic news that you’re making such great progress – long may it last…………

  2. Shelagh says:

    Wonderful news to hear you are moving in the right direction! Let’s hope this continues.

  3. Susie Hewson says:

    less than 2800 nauticals to go……IMPRESSIVE Sarah and hopefully you will not have to do it all in soaking wet pants.
    More important news, Murray is our Wimbledon Champion. Every Brit will know where they were when he took the title…me…I was in a Vineyard just between Totnes and Dartmouth…and the British Lions did the job Cheers to the next champion of the small rowing boat challenge ( psssttt – that’s YOU Sarah) xxx

  4. Bonita says:

    You are truly an inspiration to all women….I admire your courage and determination. Canada is waiting for you with its arms open wide. Keep up the good work

  5. Gigi Walentiny says:

    Great progress and all in the right direction = EVEN BETTER!! 🙂

    ~Gigi in Va. Beach

  6. Ray Girard says:


  7. Barry Gumbert says:

    Hey I can get your phone casts again. I’m only 70 behind.

    Pustard sounds horrible. I guess it depends on what kind of Porridge. In the states we have Corn meal or Polenta, Hominy Grits, Farina or “Cream of Wheat”/”Malt-o-Meal” and Good old Oatmeal.

  8. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Hi Sarah

    Great news that you are making good progress and now under 2800 nm left. Keep up the good work. Your wit and humour brings many a chuckle, love the term pustard.

    Take care, stay safe and all good salty wishes

    C & K

  9. Bon corridge Sarah (sorry about that awful pun!). Hope the power shower passes soon.

  10. Donald Gorst says:

    Having tracked you from OZ, Noting your condition and position every morning is the norm. I just worry how you sre going to crash land this time and when you finish with this globe what next. Meanwhile good luck.

  11. Amy Bryant says:

    Great to hear that steady progress is being made in the right direction. I’m sure that Canada will hang on a bit longer for you!
    I’d be happy to send you some of London’s baking hot and sunny weather over to dry your clothes, as long as you leave a little for us.
    Meantime, keep on trucking Sare, great to hear you sounding perky despite the soaking xxx

  12. Louise and Ray says:

    Hello Sarah,
    Pleased to say sun shining again today in Lincs. Thanks to your inspiration I completed my first ultra marathon (run over 2 days, Hadrian’s Wall, celebrating fact I am nearly 60) 2 weeks ago. Hope weather conditions pick up for you!

    Love the phonecasts and newslettery things

    Much love L and R

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