Sub 200 nauties to go feels great but the strong stuff on its way is almost certain to deal me some jiggery pokery and make landing very…how shall I put it… exciting/interesting, to say the least. As such, I am still trying to row WSW to ‘defend my course’, as Ricardo so valiantly put it.
Landing plans as they stand at present:
‘Land anywhere on Mo ASAP without any external assistance or getting boshed, squashed or washed out in the process. ‘
We will then tow Dippers around to Port Louis for a second ‘arrival’, a day later perhaps, where folks can come and say ‘hello’, admire her fine lines and won’t be repelled by my briny fragrance.
Must try and snatch some snooze now, as the pace racks up sleep is shooting down the list of priorities. And I say ‘try’ as I am really rather excited about the whole landing lark….
Did I tell you I’m nearly in Mauritius ?!
S & D x x
A snippet of my 4 radio fests tmw (hoping to fit in some rowing somewhere..)
BBC Radio 5 Live – Midnight-0100 BST Friday 31st
BBC Radio Oxford – Breakfast Show, Friday 31st – 0800 BST
For all the WA folks…
ABC Radio Perth – Bernadette in the Afternoon – Friday 31st July – 1415
Claire C – What a kind beluga!
Douglas Piercey – All due respect, but I’m very happy as I am, thanks.
Libby – Seem to remember Debbie & family in Mo now,too. SJS reunion maybe?! Safe tripping.
Susie Calderan – Cardigans? Whaleys? Porpies? BNDs? Otters!? Hope you have some Welsh cakes….
Barry Gumbert – Any ‘final push’ poetry? Glad ibook fixed & thanks for the donation.
Ted Brinkworth – Hoping to come back to WA next year, would love to meet your students.