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Mist,music and whales. It sounds magical, (OK Sarah, I know it isnt always like that!)
Around the world in 80 days via balloon…I love whales too! Press on regardless…Vancouver,BC awaits you!
what an extraordinary privilege to be so up close and personal with this planets diverse species…mill pond conditions, silky water…row…row..row and sing as you go…you must have learnt many (in)appropriate rowing songs during your time at Oxford 🙂 Very proud of you Sarah for your adventuring and your strength of mind…now anyone here want a chocolate biscuit with their cup of tea…… now that was a real test!!!
Intreresting to have so much mist – not something us landlubbers might have expected. The moonbows and wildlife encounters sound great: how about an audiovisual podcast?!
Good luck with the trench section – again, us landlubbers would be interested to know more about it in due course.
Happy rowing Sarah 🙂
Sarah, it looks like the Aleutian Islands, particularly the Shumagin Islands where the first documented contact between Europeans/Russians and Unangax people occurred on September 4th, 1741 at 4:00 pm when Captain Vitus Bering had his crew drop anchor. Two Aleut men in kayaks paddled out to greet the 80 foot long Russian sailing ship “Saint Peter.” Would sure love to have you land in the Shumagin Islands. Admire your strength and persistence, Michael Livingston
Mistbows, moonbows, whales and sharks – the magic of the ocean sounds amazing. Less amazing and magic must be your aching back, hands and knee. Keep on keeping on!
Another interesting account of life on the ocean! You paint such a picture! It takes us back to our time whale watching off Vancouver island- magical!
Keep on keeping on – you are getting ever nearer- honest!
Love and hugs
Heather and Cameron
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