congratulations Sean, a fantastic achievement. John/Ursula Delaney. john delaney Désolé nous ne parlons pas Anglais, mais "congratulations" pour votre exploit et contents d'avoir été vos voisins a La Gomera début décembre 2009 Philippe et Francine de NACOUDA a la GOMERA Well done Sean, what determination you had on completeing yor nightmareish journey,it was a great pleasure in meeting you in Antigua and hearing about your battle across the Atlantic what a brave and courageous man you are also a credit to your Family.... All the best Bridget & Kevin Bridget & Kevin Pearce So delighted that you made it safely. Huge congrats....well done. You'll be wibbly-wobbly on land for a week! Sean and Aideen Killaloe Hello Sean, Just to say many congratulations on your achievement. I was there to witness your arrival, as I'd been sailing in ARW. It was an emotional moment for all those witnessing your arrival and I don't even know you! Congratulations again....amazing. Johanna Shaun, you really are a man of steel. Lookin forward to catching you at the prize giving. Tremendous! mike arnold Sean Job well done.!!!!Have enjoyed following your progress and monumental achievement. Good luck. Ian McGlade Congratulations Sean, a job well done.We are in awe at all the rowers achievements.Congratulations to you all.Also admiration of everyone involved on the organising teams.You all did an amazing job, with every competitor arriving safely. Brian King Cardiff Yacht Club,S. Wales. Brian King What an epic journey! It was a pleasure to meet you in La Gomera and I have watched you all the way. Well done Liz Scott (mighty bouche's Mum Liz Scott Comhgairdeas Sean, An maith go Deo. An gaisce deanta agat. Taimid an bhródúil gur as luimneach a Thainig Tu. go maireadh tu i bhfad. Frank Dennison Frank Dennison Abbeyfeale

Messages

Go Tom and Rich on Red Arrow!

Almost there now - looking forward to hearing all about your adventures. Keep it up, we are all in awe of your achievement.

From all your friends in Woking Round Table
Woking Round Table, 16 Mar 2010 16:20 GMT


Dream Maker - You are being celebrated here on the houseboat trafalgar - kate simon charlotte matthew and friends calling bout you - well well done you have given us an inspiriational ride - keep going , you're coming home x
simon woodroffe, 16 Mar 2010 16:11 GMT


Sean, you are on a great run. St Patricks day tomorrow, make it the best day yet. Over half way there now. Keep it going!!!!!
Richard Allen, 16 Mar 2010 15:55 GMT


Congratulations HCL Workforce 1 on reaching the finish line! A fantastic achievement.
Parents of Cootham Pre-School, 16 Mar 2010 15:50 GMT


Halcyon, What a great week! I am praying for good weather to continue. St. Patrick's Day tomorrow sing a few irish tunes - sending good thoughts. XO Spell
Spell, 16 Mar 2010 15:25 GMT


Go Red Arrow! Keep it up. Press on. You Can Do It!
Gretchen Cerveny, 16 Mar 2010 15:25 GMT


Just had a quick peek at your progress,can't believe how you're flying across!!!!!! Not far to go boys, you can doit!! It's glorious sunshine here today in Manchester , hope the weather is good for you too. Roll on the Easter holidays, this term has been so busy we need to put our feet up and eat some chocolate. We're really impressed by your acheievements so far, so stick with it forthis last bit,and hopefgully we'll see you safe & home soon.
Much love, Roz, Pat, Betty,Maeve & Mikey xxxx
Callaghan Family, 16 Mar 2010 15:05 GMT


Beach BOys,

Hay, this is great news to hear you have reached the 500 marker. We have cracked open a packet of jelly babbies here (in true good nutrition practise) and eaten a few in your honour. So its the homeward stretch now. Wishing you well for the final stretch - from Alex and whole the UBSport team.
Alex Taylor, 16 Mar 2010 14:57 GMT


Beech Boys

Break open the Jelly Babies - you've hit the 500 miles to go marker
Wohoo!!!

Jude and Doug
Jude and Doug, 16 Mar 2010 14:45 GMT


Hi Norman & James (The Beech Boys)

We have been following your progress and are really amazed and proud of your feat. Keep going - not long to go now.

With love from all at Kepplewray.
xx
All at Kepplewray, 16 Mar 2010 14:25 GMT


Phillip & Skippy,
They are on their way, left PZ today
so go go go row row row !!!
Best wishes, Val & Hugh
Val & Hugh, 16 Mar 2010 14:05 GMT


Ketch God!!
Well done so far mate, looks like you've had a couple of really good days with a lot of progress made and today looks just as good. Keep it up mate.
Tony B
Mr B, 16 Mar 2010 14:03 GMT


Sean
Steady as she goes. Making sterling progress and doing great. Stay strong.
Ian Mcglade, 16 Mar 2010 13:50 GMT


Just wondering which beach you hope to land on when you finish? I suppose N E Beech will do Arf Arf
Andrew, 16 Mar 2010 12:47 GMT


PENDOVEY SWIFT. looking good, we're amazed at the speed you're moving,we pray the weather stays fair for all of you out there and return home to friends and family soon. colin and eileen
colin taylor, 16 Mar 2010 12:41 GMT


Norman & James
I don't know what I am more proud about-your achievement or your fantastically bad jokes! Best wishes Andrew
Andrew, 16 Mar 2010 12:41 GMT


Hi Sean how are you hope you are good we are soooo glad that the shark is gone away.Come on you are past half way good look from all lettergesh N.S
BYE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Cathal Glynn & Niall King!!, 16 Mar 2010 12:32 GMT


Congratulations Chris and Joe of HCL- Amazing you should be soo proud - sharon and willz
sharon, 16 Mar 2010 12:21 GMT


Hi Sean,

I know you can do it!
But it is going to be hard!!!!!!!

DO NOT GIVE UP NOW!!??!!

Move your arms more than ever for the Last while and dont get caried away.

Make sure Tess is ok to!
I have got a friend with a dog called Tess!!


Keep going more than ever!!!

From Andrea!!xx!!


Andrea Faherty, 16 Mar 2010 12:19 GMT


Cmon Sean almost there I know luck hasnt gone your way but keep trying just a few knots more

DANIEL from lettegesh ns, 16 Mar 2010 12:11 GMT


Hi sean,
If you stop now you will not make it
to the finish,but i know you can make it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

from GRACE!!!!!!!!!!!!.


grace from Lettergesh N.S., 16 Mar 2010 12:06 GMT


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ThaCaniBus, 16 Mar 2010 11:59 GMT


Well done guys, the last 4 days have been brilliant. Keep it up and you can have a great weekend. Almost there, go for it!
Doug, 16 Mar 2010 11:10 GMT


CONGRATS to u amazing adrenalin junkies on Roberto Coin and Patience. What a way to go....am sure the comfy bed and change of diet and cold lagers will be part of your reward. Happy days and Happy Memories xxx Tess from Nyamazela Land
Tess Mills, 16 Mar 2010 11:06 GMT


ATLANTIC WATER BABES Well done to get so far, I admire you all. Such determination. Not long to go now. Keeping Gran Fieldsend up to date now she is back home. She sends her love. I'm willing you all on to the end. keep strong.

Jan Tooth, 16 Mar 2010 10:44 GMT


Vision of Cornwall

Nearly there boys!!
Megan, 16 Mar 2010 10:29 GMT


Pendovey Swift.

Great effort lads, not far now, if you keep the pace up you'll be in for beers on Saturday night!

Work hard and enjoy the big push to the finish.

Steve.
Steve Davies, 16 Mar 2010 10:17 GMT


Pendovey Swift - Si and Mike

Wooooooooo Hoooooooo your flying along now keep it up and you can trot up the leader board and be back on dry land in 6-7 days! Fantastic effort!!!!!!!!

I don't get to hear you on the Wave but from what I hear you have a bit of a following on the radio lots of people tune in to hear your slot and lots of people are routing for you back home.

Well done!!!
Keep Safe, Keep Smiling and Keeeeeeeeeeeeeep Going!!!!!!!




Nic, Spud and girls, 16 Mar 2010 09:45 GMT


Dear Charlie and Matt. Hope you are finding your land legs and how great it must feel. Cannot express my congrats. fully enough.
Charlie, you probably know, but 1000+ of us at Milton Keynes to cheer Shrews. 3 Repton 0. What a night. You were in our thoughts inc. Mark Lascelles who sends his best wishes.
So you 2 and School "did the Double" and I made a load of dosh at Ladbrooks !!! because I never had any doubts. also the pretty record time and placing for Roberto C.
You Beauties. Geoff. Clarke
(Honorary Old Salopian)
GEOFF. CLARKE, 16 Mar 2010 09:33 GMT


Hi Girls, well the end is in sight now under 200nm to go!. Keep up the good work.
Fingers crossed you should make the finish line this weekend, IF everything goes to plan.
Amazing effort all of you, so well done, were all very proud of you.

Good to see the little blue dot close to that finish flag.

Keep looking out for each other, Take Care & Stay Safe

Lou xxxx



Louise Turmaine, 16 Mar 2010 09:26 GMT


Limited Intelligence - Dom, Andy and Paul - what fantastic progress, at yesterday's distance you may well get a rest day on Sunday! As it's race week at Prestbury Park I guess you're glad you're missing the traffic!? Spring is here - the bird's are singing and the daffs are just coming into bloom - cooler temps compared to what you're experiencing no doubt. Well done to all teams - keep on rowing!
Aeona and Chris, 16 Mar 2010 09:14 GMT


Hi Girls
You are so close now & should make the finish line this weekend, weather & great navigational skills permitting!
Sarah, just picture Mum & Marc waiting for you as you cross the line. We can't wait to see you back in Jersey to catch up with all the stories.... I'm sure there will be plenty
Love from Mark & Julie xx
Mark & Julie, 16 Mar 2010 09:09 GMT


Hi Norman and James Nearly there Well done. Closely following your progress from Cumbria and the USA Allan, Ian, Mindy and Vivi Fowler
Allan Fowler, 16 Mar 2010 09:06 GMT


The Fowlers Allan, Ian, Mindy and IVivi are closely following your progress. Nearly there. Well done.
Alan Fowler, 16 Mar 2010 09:04 GMT


Spirit of MA
Dean/Neil another day.. well you are still a day behind on your update, and you are right up there.so in reality I think you`ve moved up to 9th, you`ve shown fantastic effort these last few days keep it up and you could be on land by Sunday evening but proberbly Mon/Tues
Steve.......Leeds, 16 Mar 2010 09:00 GMT


Hello boys

Wow - Keep up the great work, nearly there. I know it's easy for me to say that sitting here in a nice warm office but our thoughts are with you.

Many, many thanks from all at Cornwall Blind Association
Pat Fawcett, 16 Mar 2010 08:52 GMT


mission atlantic
woop woop!!!!
under the 200 nm mark now and really heading for home!
bet you can smell real food nw!!

keep up the great work
you on track to be home at the weekend

well done girls see you soon Jo
xx
loz, 16 Mar 2010 08:15 GMT


Pete, great talking to you yesterday. It was also a great experience for the boys. Thanks for your time and patience, even as you overcome all the obstacles. You are in our thoughts. Gambatte.
deneys coombe, 16 Mar 2010 08:13 GMT


Vision of Cornwall.
Hope you had a good day on your mum's birthday. Keep it going. you'll soon be able to hear the waves breaking on the shore!!! x

Jill Chidg, 16 Mar 2010 08:09 GMT


Well done Tess, got that half way under your belt. fantastic. keep up the good work . We will keep watching your little dot and wishing you well.


Langmeads from Dorset, 16 Mar 2010 07:53 GMT


Well done Beech Boys! Great to hear that James' back is improving and both making good progress. Not far to go now - enjoy the ride.
love Taff and Karin
Taff and Karin Bowles, 16 Mar 2010 07:44 GMT


Hiya Pete
Less than 300nm to the finish line...whoopee!!!! You must be energised, despite the aches and pains you're enduring, to know that tomorrow Kim and Hannah will be on their way to meet you in English Harbour.
As the saying goes...perservance - what the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve!
Stay safe and strong
Lots of love
Lou
Louise Goddard, 16 Mar 2010 07:33 GMT


Go Phil and Skippy - very cold beers waiting in English Harbour
Mark, 16 Mar 2010 07:22 GMT


Team Panasonic

Fantastic progress, Dave. Under 400 now. Let's hope you get the right wind and waves to help you finish it off.
Great stuff.

John.
john Randall, 16 Mar 2010 07:18 GMT


Joe and Chris
Many congratulations from us all at Rossiter Rowing Boats. We hope you enjoy a well earned rest.

All at Rossiter Rowing Boats, 16 Mar 2010 07:06 GMT


Team jct600
Well done lads, you're really knocking off the miles now
You'll be back on dry land before you know it
Keep it up I'm sure the whole of Yorkshire and the little land called Giggleswick is rooting for you :-)
vic, 16 Mar 2010 05:15 GMT


Great going Leo. Well under 1000 miles must feel pretty good. I was wondering.....do you have to row back!?
Capt Don Corey, 16 Mar 2010 04:35 GMT


hi skippy and phil, sooo close now eh!! so envious of the buzz you're going to get when you finish, i wonder what what you're sea legs will do when they touch land.....? anyway just a few thingsfor you to think of on your final stretch. oh and by the way ...let me know when the parties are when you get back home.......xx
emma, 16 Mar 2010 00:00 GMT


to Phil and Skippy
keep rowing guys.Its almost done.Wish we could be at the finishing line.to celebrate with You.Amazing!!
Petra & Stefan, 15 Mar 2010 23:55 GMT


Nick and Jonathon, great work. Two months at sea in such a small vessel is just mind boggling! Well done from all at CYC.
Allan on Chausey at CYC, 15 Mar 2010 23:41 GMT


Phil and Skippy
Brilliant. Totally brilliant. Totally brilliantly brilliant!

Thorney, Jean-Noel & Cornwall xxx
Rob, Vix & Eva, 15 Mar 2010 23:15 GMT


Vision of Cornwall, can you view land yet?! Forecast is looking favourable for a speedy last few miles into Antigua. The welcome committee is leaving Penzance as I write, all very excited! Although currently in 10th place we believe you're the 1st crew in the 'Brand New Build' category ... can anyone out there confirm/dispute please?!

From flat pack to Antigua and all held together with sicoflex!

183 miles to go, or about 5 days, or about 60 hours rowing each, or about 70,000 strokes each ... stop reading this and row!!!
Rob, Vix & Eva, 15 Mar 2010 23:12 GMT


atlantic waterbabes~mission atlantic.
omg you are so nearly there!! Keep up the good work girlies.
michelle wood, 15 Mar 2010 22:49 GMT


Congratulations to Roberto Coin, Patience and now HCL

We supported Vivaldi, and when the girls told us how tired could be some crews when they arrived, we thought all crews are to be congratulated again and again.
What an achievement for all of them!
Jean de Rancourt
Jean de Rancourt, 15 Mar 2010 22:44 GMT


Luke and Mac...Keep going boys! We're all behind you! I'm sure your mum didn't mind not receiving a Mother's Day card this year...bet she's fine waiting for you in Antigua!!!

Not far to go now! One last big effort! Looking forward to seeing you on your return!

From a very proud cousin...Kieran x
Kieran, 15 Mar 2010 22:42 GMT


hi james,norman. formula one season opened yesterday with the bahrain grand prix . new rules no refuelling and new wheel size, anyway not a great race, resulting in alonso first, massa second, hamilton third,,schumacher 6th and button 7th, very little action, melbourne in two weeks, hopefully a better race,,,,, but last week , the malcom wilson rally in greystoke was on icy stage , the wrc spec cars were super quick , take care god bless, cheers ,guy,gill, olivia, jeremy and jonathan pickup, coniston, lake district..
guy, gill, olivia pickup, 15 Mar 2010 22:17 GMT


Hi Dominic, not long to go now. Hear you're beginning to look like Robinson Crusoe! Keep up the good work, the three of you are doing great. Love Auntie Cxxx
Christine Ferguson, 15 Mar 2010 22:01 GMT


beech boys

well the beach is certainly getting nearer, so much nearer.....what courage, what determination, what an inspiration you both are. keep going your little green dot really is very close to antigua now.....only about 5cm to go (on our computer screen!)....and a little bit more....

love you lots, looking forward to seeing you get throught the 500 barrier soon.

angus and andrea
Angus and Andrea, 15 Mar 2010 21:54 GMT


Roberto Coin, well done Matt and Charlie,
Many congratulations and best wishes to you both from all staff and pupils at Bramcote
Peter Wilkie, 15 Mar 2010 21:28 GMT


Beech Boys
Hi guys the green dot register says 21 miles to go to the 500 marker you should do that soon.
Altering the trim with the food stock could make for a vertical position to celebrate, as you pass the mark.
I know you keep mentioning about the birds - hope they don't have the same 'impact' as pigeons!!!
Great to hear that the Doctors is freeing up and that you 2 are getting better, it's all that condensed milk. Good idea on the 3 hour sleep plan - or is it just another temporal shift in time. Watch out for a bloke in a blue Police box.
Crack on lads. GB S&C
Stephen & Cindy, 15 Mar 2010 21:26 GMT


annie mel well done under 300nm to go. i was just trying to calculate how many strokes per.nm multiplied by 2500 ish. nm. x by wind speed and direction. crunch bang splutter uuugghh. my head just exploded at the thought of it. you 2 girls are absolutely amazing. love pete.
bristol balloon pete, 15 Mar 2010 21:22 GMT


Séan the kid on the down hill slope looking good all the way home don't take you're foot off the gas now. I could not stop laughing thinking of you naked and trying to bate the worm to catch some fish!!
I know you can visualise the finish line so stay positive the KID

Eamon
Eamon Russell, 15 Mar 2010 21:22 GMT


pendovey swift - mike & simon.

Stupendous achievement guys - absolutely awesome.

For the first time the website map shows your little beige dot & Antigua in the same screen!

less than 300 mles to go, you are as good as there, stay focused mere days left now. best wishes to you both.
Nigel Bradshaw, 15 Mar 2010 21:13 GMT


Phil and Skippy Vision of Cornwall

A few days on the Ocean left to thank both your bodies and spirits to have acheived a bearable effort for a so long period.

Endorphin slowly and continuesly created by rowing may helped your bodies?

But concerning your spirits?

Thanks for the reasons you are rowing.

Jean-Noël, 15 Mar 2010 21:05 GMT


Lia and Mick, I am sure anything I write is probably a cliche, but I stand in awe of your grit, determination, perseverance.... and shear bloody-mindedness to undertake this challenge. I almost feel from your blog that you have undertaken two journeys - over the ocean, and within yourselves. Started the race as a team, spent some time alone mid atlantic, (still not sure how it's possible on a boat that size!), now set to finish as a team again. Truly the hardest path. However, the race isn't over yet, and I gather you've got nothing left to lose - so keep rowing, pencil legs! Amazing effort guys - KEEP GOING!!!!
Caleb Pearce, 15 Mar 2010 21:01 GMT


Well done Nick and Jon. Brilliant achievement, (fantastic beards too). catch up with you soon, Jez, Ants and Harry xxx
Jez, Ants and Harry, 15 Mar 2010 20:26 GMT


So close to the 500 Beech Boys! I'm drinking my hot chocolate now cos we'll be asleep when you get there. Well done, God bless. Mim & Pete
Mim Kitts, 15 Mar 2010 20:22 GMT


Yeeha Leo!

Great progress! Inside 1000. keep that nice rythem going!

Mike R-B

Mike R-B, 15 Mar 2010 19:54 GMT


Dear Phil It's Terri here ChairLady of the Cornwall Blind. I'm glad to see your all doing ok and not much longer left. Well done to you all, the money you will raise, will help alot of visually impaired people in Cornwall. So a huge Thanks to you and all involed. Good luck and many thanx.

Terri


Terri Rosnau, 15 Mar 2010 19:12 GMT


Neil & Deano!!!
WOW!!!! You are doing good fellas!!!
Fantastic progress....Keep up the pace....I'm sure there's a beer or 2 waiting at the finish with ur names on....Mmmmmmm BEER!!!!!
Nice!!!!
Love Jo Fox xxxxxxxx
jo fox, 15 Mar 2010 19:12 GMT


Pendowey Swift

Mike & Simon, great going, you have done so well even thought we think you are completely crazy.

You've just go to wellie it now if you want to get in before those Manchester boys - they've managed to sneak past you! Come on, you can do it! xx
Si, Sa & Liv, 15 Mar 2010 18:56 GMT


Hi Norman and James

Thinking of you tonight at the 500 mile mark and hope the wind straightens up for you.

You're doing brilliantly and your writing hasn't suffered as a result of all those aches and pains which is a major achievement alone!

Quick News - Jon & GV Lasenby have new baby boy.

Much Love and lots of cheering from Jeanie & Jes


jeanie & Jes, 15 Mar 2010 18:27 GMT


Leo

Tremendous! You're on the homestrech now. You will be on dry land before you know it. All the best.
Paul Dunne, 15 Mar 2010 18:22 GMT


Stormin and James
Ace that you are nearly at the 500 mark, great, hope the Jelly Babies are enjoyable :) really pleased your back James and your Hand Stormin, are improving, hope you are not in too much pain. Keep going both of you. well done again for getting to nearly 500 left to go. Lots of love xx
Mark, Rach, Tom, Matt and Dan, 15 Mar 2010 18:10 GMT


CONGRATULATIONS to the crews of ROBERTO COIN and PATIENCE, what a fantastic achievement guys!
john & Tricia Ketchell, 15 Mar 2010 18:01 GMT


Adam and Jimmy on Spirit of Montaro. Not long to go now guys. Can't beleive you've been at sea for over 2 months. Keep it up and you'll be back before you know it. Well done.
Chris Appleby, 15 Mar 2010 17:24 GMT


Something for a moonlit night =
"I see the moon,
The moon sees me..........
.........Please let the light that shines on me(us),
Shine on the one(s) we love.

Over the ocean,
Over the sea,
Antigua's where my(our)
heart(s) is(are) longing to be
Oh, let the light that shines on
us shine on the ones we love.
With apologies to the Stargazers
1950's Pop Group.
Not far now Beechboys. Love and God Bless,
Sylvia D.
Sylvia D., 15 Mar 2010 16:55 GMT


Beech Boys
Hi guys. So near jelly baby time!! Enjoy them but don't touch bubbles...Joe wouldn't like that!! How are they getting along anyhow? Winds look as if they should get a bit stronger in the right direction for you later in the week...hope that works out for your benefit. I know our view of the weather isnt very accurate but here's hoping. Take care. Try to feed yourselves up so that Christine isn't too shocked when she sees you! That time is approaching fast..Love & Prayers xxxx
The Murrays(Coleraine), 15 Mar 2010 16:34 GMT


Come on Mick & Lia - you are so close now. Keep pulling. We are cheering in Oundle.
All of us at Woodford & Co.
Woodford & Co, 15 Mar 2010 15:12 GMT


Just Amazing
Keep going guys, the victory is yours for the taking.

Rod keat, 15 Mar 2010 15:02 GMT


Hi Phil and Skippy on Vision of Cornwall. Go for it guys - you are doing BRILLIANTLY! Suzie @CBA
Suzie Butters, 15 Mar 2010 14:39 GMT


Dean/Neil. is there only me supporting you 2 ? Come on friends and family help keep them going and send them a message, anyway, they`ve updated 2 days but not the last 24 hours and if you`ve done 30 miles in the last 24 hrs then you are right on the Welsh lads tails and you should win the firefighters race, baaaaaring a disaster ! (joke) keep it going
Steve....Leeds, 15 Mar 2010 14:38 GMT


We're there with you lads - keep going!!!

Everyone at Cornwall Blind Association


Cornwall Blind Association, 15 Mar 2010 14:36 GMT


To all crews
We have discussed with Vivaldi members team this Weekend in Paris? Now we know how your healthness is important. Try to manage it these days
Support comittee from Vivaldi
e&h de Rancourt
e&h de Rancourt, 15 Mar 2010 14:34 GMT


C'mon Chris & Joe in HCL your on the home straight.....huge achievement sharon & Willz
sHARON Knaggs, 15 Mar 2010 14:13 GMT


c'mon boys heave .....Go Go Go....Not far now .....Huge respect sharon and Willz
sharon Knaggs, 15 Mar 2010 14:11 GMT


Hi Pete

Found this poem and thought it most appropriate:-
There's nothing to fear --- you're as good as the best,
As strong as the mightiest, too.
You can win in every battle or test;
For there's no one just like you.
There's only one you in the world today;
So nobody else, you see,
Can do your work in as fine a way:
You're the only you there'll be !

So face the world, and all life is yours
To conquer and love and live:
And you'll find the happiness that endures
In just the measure you give;
There's nothing too good for you to possess,
Nor heights where you cannot go:
Your power is more than belief or guess ---
It is something you have to know.

There is nothing to fear --- you can and you will.
For you are the invincible you.
Set your foot on the highest hill ---
There's nothing you cannot do.

-- Author Unknown

Stay safe and strong
Lots of love
Lou
Louise Goddard, 15 Mar 2010 14:02 GMT


Uncle Barrie mentioned something about free beer for life. Dont know much else really, better ask him. Meanwhile 'Land ahoy!'
Cousin Richard, 15 Mar 2010 13:59 GMT


Vision of Cornwall - Ben & Phil, you are doing amazingly well. Not long now and you will be back on dry land. I'm looking forward to raising a glass to you both with Barrie hopefully at the weekend. Keep safe. Love and hugs. Helen xx
Helen Mildren, 15 Mar 2010 13:45 GMT


Phil & Skippy, Keep going boys! Every stroke brings you closer...take care and God speed xx
linda petzing, 15 Mar 2010 13:45 GMT


All the telephone volunteers at Cornwall Blind Association send their love and think what you're doing is marvellous. Nearly there. Bet you can taste that welcome drink even now.
Chris & Talking Support Team at CBA, 15 Mar 2010 13:36 GMT


Hi Deano and Neil, how's it going lads? not to long now, keep up the good work, pushing to the end and become the 1st English FF's to cross the finish line! We will all be here to wecome you back and catch up with you both. Take care ane all the very best, Simon Sidebottom.
simon sidebottom, 15 Mar 2010 13:11 GMT


Vision of Cornwall, Phil & Ben
wow you guys are picking up speed!
the end is sight
Keep going,
All at Cornwall Blind Asscoaciation and the facebook community send their very Best wishes

Debbie

Debbie Henshaw, 15 Mar 2010 13:05 GMT


Hi Norman & James
Probablly when you read this message you will have cracked the 500 miles to go. I will take this opportunity to congratulate you on the achievment (in advance). May the Angels and the Lord for ever present with you continue to see you both through to the finish post. I assume Norman that the prayers offered for your fingers has had good effect as you have not commented since. James we will continue prayers for your back as this is now improving. As you said you now hear planes overhead which means civilisation nearing so as we all know on land there is the likely-hood of roadworks in civilised areas, so watch out for the red & white cones ahead depicting SEA WORKS = holes in the sea and ramps but lets hope there are no diversions round the Cape. God bless you both
Richard Fasham
Richard Fasham, 15 Mar 2010 12:55 GMT


Good work Norman and James, we'll possibly be fast asleep when you cross 500. Enjoy and hoot out loud lots, if you have a bell then ring it hard! The Jelly Babies will be opened here in Sheffield as soon as we get the news. With you all the way, press on fellas!
Janet and Vicky, 15 Mar 2010 12:46 GMT


To Matthew and Charlie,
Congratulations Lads great acheivement, put your feet up you've earnt it.
Allan Pearce, 15 Mar 2010 12:41 GMT


Keep going ladies - you are nearly nearly there. You can do it x
Tanya, 15 Mar 2010 12:29 GMT


Sean

God bless your stength and courage and may wind be always at your back !!
Love the stories about whales and dolphins and the takeaway!
Stay safe candles lighting X
Mary Reidy, 15 Mar 2010 12:24 GMT


Really good progress Luke and Macca. You have done brilliantly--not far to go now. We are following your progress all the time.
Love
Eddie, Chris and all at Rome Farm
Eddie Murphy, 15 Mar 2010 12:17 GMT


Mike/Simon, keep up the good work your almost there!! Look forward to a couple of beers and a catch up once your recovered! Take care, Chris and all the troops in the fire and rescue service!
Chris Rees, 15 Mar 2010 12:02 GMT


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