Sean, you remember the favour you did for me with the sudocrem at the airport? Mate, I'm wishing you well every second of the way to what will be the biggest finish of the whole race. Come on funny man. Charlie
charlie pitcher, 12 Mar 2010 22:02 GMT
C'mon Chris and Joe keep up the good work- your just a few days away.Thinking of you keep well Sharon & willem
Sharon Knaggs, 12 Mar 2010 21:57 GMT
Hi Simon & Mike (Pendovey Swift)
Lovely to speak to you this evening, not too long before you reach dry land now, would be good if you could get there for your birthday.
Glad to hear you are catching fish and able to eat fresh food even if it is raw but then you are always in the Sushi Bar when you are home.
Take care of yourselves and come home safe.
Lots of love Mum & Ian xxx
Daphne Evans, 12 Mar 2010 21:34 GMT
HIy sean good work Tess
Ronan Lyons, 12 Mar 2010 21:19 GMT
Vison of Cornwall
Well boys there must be a friendly wind out there somewhere blowing your way. Hope you will soon be speeding your way towards the shore. Keep no.11 at bay. Good luck. X
Jill Chidg, 12 Mar 2010 21:00 GMT
You're doing a great job Beech Boys - it's incredible how far you've got. Hope Joe's pulling his weight and helping you get through the 500 mile marker. Not heard how his love life lately - does that mean bad news from bubbles!! She's not been eaten has she?
Mark, Elaine and family
Mark & Elaine East, 12 Mar 2010 20:50 GMT
Atlantic Waterbabes - must be the thought of a good nights sleep, a meal you havent had to 'cook' yourselves and an ice cold drink that's tugging you at great speed towards Antigua - keep up the good work - nearly there - a little faster and a following wind and you'll make it home before the family leave Jo. Avidly watching your dot now and willing it along my screen. Love to you all. Dave & Jacky & Luke x G'ma sends her love too Jo.!
Jacky & Dave, 12 Mar 2010 20:13 GMT
annie mel. another great day compared with your rivals. you are now on loch lomond.its 401 miles from loch lomond golf course to bristol, fancy playing a round. its all balls and birdies.eagles and albatros. not dolphins and whales.just think about the 19th hole.in antigua love pete
bristol balloon pete, 12 Mar 2010 19:59 GMT
BEECH BOYS : Great going Norman and James! Hope injuries are under control. We keep trying to imagine what your shift pattern must be like to live! Though we have no hope of grasping the reality of that, there are aspects that remind us just a little of the time just after the twins arrived! Partners on opposite 3 hour shifts, dreadful sleep ...and a complete dependence on Sudocreme! (There really should be an ode to that stuff!). We wouldn't like to add to that an unbearable heat, dried food, no water on tap and an exhausting exercise regime! You guys are amazing! Hope you have an easier weekend than last and enjoy all that you can. Not long to go now! lots of love JWDEALxxxxxx
p.s. we are slightly worried about how Bubbles is going to react to your plan to eat her entourage/ band members at the 500 mark! Best keep that a secret!
Jill Warren Daniel Evannie Anna and Lydia , 12 Mar 2010 18:45 GMT
To the Atlantic Waterbabes, the wind is with you now; you are all fantastic.
Stephen Ross-Gower, 12 Mar 2010 18:30 GMT
keep going strong Jonnie & Nick - so nearly there :) xxxx
Josie Miller, 12 Mar 2010 18:07 GMT
luke and macca - soooooooooo jealous of your 6000 calories daily allowance right now... ive got really bad creme egg and nutella cravings. save me some chocolate fatty.
:) hoopy x.x.x.
Claire O'Hanlon, 12 Mar 2010 17:58 GMT
Patience No. 47, Come on Nick and Jonathon,a good push over the next two days should see you into third spot in the pairs.Give it your best shot boys, you are nearly there.GOOD LUCK AND KEEP SAFE.B, Kingand the rest of C.Y.C.
Brian King, 12 Mar 2010 17:55 GMT
Patience crew, nearly finished & great position,happy birthday Jonnie for Sat 13th March, love Auntie Liz
liz percival, 12 Mar 2010 17:15 GMT
Dean and Neil
Well done, 430 miles is not far after all that you have already done.
1st Davenham Scouts
1st Davenham Scouts, 12 Mar 2010 17:09 GMT
Hey Vision Of Cornwall> Almost there, well done!!!!! See you soon, rums on me! x
Claire Knight, 12 Mar 2010 16:49 GMT
Following you from Sarasota Fla. I am Michelle'Mom. It's a great thing you do for a good cause Land is out there waiting for ou with frirends and family.soROW ROW ROW !!! Thinking of you all yhe way.
Lucirnnrn BAAR, 12 Mar 2010 15:24 GMT
As an old sailor-school pupil, I have also done some rowing, - but this is impressive!
I wish you good luck, and calm weather
Finn Carl Soerensen, 12 Mar 2010 15:23 GMT
a grear cause .Land is out there waiting bfor you...row...row...row you're almost there !.
Lucienne BAAR (mICHELLE'MOM)o, 12 Mar 2010 14:51 GMT
Dean and Neil
Not far now lads, you've got the Welsh crew just ahead. A few more days and you can think of coming back to work!
Mike Palmer, 12 Mar 2010 14:31 GMT
Hear your hair is growing long, it will be like your communion photo! Love and God bless you, praying hard for you, xxx
Mam and Dad, 12 Mar 2010 14:13 GMT
You're on a roll Sean. Great progress and the worst is over. Tough times don't last but tough people do. Best wishes from all in Killaloe.
Brendan Murray, 12 Mar 2010 14:13 GMT
To Alex and Luke..Yorkshire Challenger.
From 2 Lancastrians....keep going boys ..you are doing a fantastic job!
John and Wendy Knight
John and Wendy Knight, 12 Mar 2010 14:12 GMT
Patience - so nearly there! Fantastic progress since yesterday. Keep it up guys, we're watching you closely and willing you on. Stay strong and stay safe.
Sheila Parker-Brown, 12 Mar 2010 14:06 GMT
Hi Alex and Luke
Come on you're back on target - keep it up and it won't be long before you can chill out in Antigua!! Thinking of you every day! Love Lyn, Rodger, Blaine and Christopher
Lyn, 12 Mar 2010 13:54 GMT
Hi there magnificent Peter the great ! they should name a town after you!! Imagine that ... Van Kets Ville, sound pretty unique, just like you.
I so wish I could take my mouse and with one swoosh of the hand move that blue dot all the way to the checkered flag. It really is "down hill" from here on. I hope you are still keeping well. Be safe. big hugs
Marion, 12 Mar 2010 13:45 GMT
Hi Mick & Lia
You are doing so well, not much further, , we really enjoy seeing the little red dot, I am sure the families are looking forward to your arrival, as much as you are. Good Luck with the winds. Best Wishes Judith.
Judith & David Smith, 12 Mar 2010 13:35 GMT
CHEESE, CHEESE, CHEESE!!!!
WOW, WOW, WOOOOOWW guys! :-P ...They're doing very well! every day I see your progress ... you are the best! Kiss!!!
Pe, 12 Mar 2010 13:31 GMT
Peter Van i think youre doing awsome im flowing your boat. im in the 5 grade . keep up the great work. kweiza
kweiza, 12 Mar 2010 13:17 GMT
We've been wishing for better winds to help you in the right direction.
Pleased to see your making good progress again. The 500m mile marker is in your sights...go grab it!!!
Jude and Doug xx
Jude and Doug, 12 Mar 2010 13:12 GMT
Atlantic Waterbabes keep up the great rowing, not too far to go now. Gran Fieldsend is watching the progress with interest. Can't wait to see Jo to congratulate her in person. Gran & friend Jan
Jan Tooth, 12 Mar 2010 12:10 GMT
Sounds like the last few days have been like paddling Canadien back from the Bluebird upwind with a boat load of kids !!
Can you not radio a rescue boat tow from Katie ?
Always seems to work for us.
Only 650 to go !!!
Woody, Sue, Billy. Joe and Daisy
Woody , 12 Mar 2010 11:59 GMT
Si and Mike - Pendovey Swift
Come on guys not long now!!! You are doing fantstic and you just need to dig deep and give it everything you have got now to bring you home quickly and safely........it won't be long until you seeing the smiling faces of everyone waiting to meet you on dry land.
Fantastic effort and keep it up!!
Keep going, Keep smiling and Keep safe
Nic, Spud and girls, 12 Mar 2010 11:39 GMT
Joe and Chris HCLWF1
Great, under 200 miles to go ,and your arrow is pointing straight to the harbour,give it all you have got now not long to go.Awesome .Love from us bothXXX
Mary and Ian, 12 Mar 2010 11:08 GMT
Go Go Go Mission Atlantic!!!!!! You are doing amazingly well....the end is close girls......love to you all.....special hugs for Kiley from your sis Emma and neice Tilly xoxoxox
Emma and Tilly, 12 Mar 2010 10:59 GMT
Hi to all the Girls from Jersey, great going and not far now. Looking forward to seeing Sarah back at the General ! ! ! Have fun in Antigua, all the best from Big Ian ( Porters )
Ian Chatterley, 12 Mar 2010 10:15 GMT
Hi Pete Nyamezela,
Nearly there, few more days to the end. God Bless and keep you strong to the finish. Give it that last boost.
Mike Bee, 12 Mar 2010 10:09 GMT
Well Done to all the crews who have finished. Your work is done and your families must be delighted to have you back safe again.
C'mon Tess, hope those whales are giving you encouragement, thinking of you Sean, stay safe.
Natalie McGowan, 12 Mar 2010 09:50 GMT
Deano, Neil, you 2 are doing fantastic, still heading the fleet speed wise, you have 4 pairs within 25 mile in front, thats how well you have done, Forget trying to save any sheep the Welsh lads ditched and just follow the smell of ice cold lager , and if you can`t smell it imagine you can !!
keep it going and get in the top 10
Steve.....Leeds, 12 Mar 2010 09:02 GMT
Great going....still stroking those oars lovingly I see! Those wonderful beaches in Antigua are almost within sight...as are Kim and Hannah.
Stay safe and strong
Lots of love
Louise Goddard, 12 Mar 2010 08:34 GMT
Less than 500 to go Dean and Neil.Fantastic stuff.I,m off to juggle in Selby Abbey tomorrow so a big prayer will be said for you both.....Keep on pulling the oars and start looking out for those landfall lights.All the very best....Dave.
Dave Jellybean, 12 Mar 2010 08:33 GMT
Ahoy there Beech Boys !
Oooh... the thought of an early morning "slam dunk" wave - great description guys. Glad James is on the mend, hope your hand's holding out Norman. What mileage !... only 650 to go - brilliant, just think of the glory... well okay, just being able to stop ! Regards, David
David Taylor, 12 Mar 2010 08:30 GMT
Louise Goddard, 12 Mar 2010 08:22 GMT
Our African Here, To own your own Life, Nyamazela, Vasbyt, Just do It Captain Precious Peter Pan. U got supernatural strength & speed, just what we have prayed for. To all the other dodgy dingies out there, I also say CONGRATS on your amazing achievements & I wish you great winds, great speed and that you keep your heads above water (ha ha ha) stupid one that, but that you keep your chins up and keep smiling whilst you enjoy the last few days of your adventure. have a fabulous entertaining successful weekend & i will catchup with you on Monday for my kwikfix of joggers bloggers xxx Tess (East London, SA)
Tess Mills, 12 Mar 2010 07:24 GMT
PENDOVEY SWIFT what will i do every morning when you finish this race,we check on you both every day am/pm ,nothing will ever interest us as much as this has. COLIN AND EILEEN
colin taylor, 12 Mar 2010 03:28 GMT
Well done Seán & Tess,
Good to see another milestone tumblin' down, the rest are sure to follow. Keep safe and stay strong!!
Love Brigid, Adrian, Seán, Rónan & Darragh xxxxx
The Lyons CLan, 12 Mar 2010 01:35 GMT
luke and macca - i cant believe you have got got away with skipping this cold weather! you didnt reeeeally want to row the atlantic did you?.. skiving work just for a tan.. you should be ashamed.
well thank god for the hand warmer you bought me coz its been FREEZING here! manila and HK here i come!!
stay strong boys, thinking of you and missing you.. so hurry up!
Claire O'Hanlon, 12 Mar 2010 00:23 GMT
spirit of montanaro,hi lads hope you are well, come on in now your time is up,you have had your fun and games for long enough,time to call it a day and set foot on dry land again, the big world is waiting for you,so for the last few miles,pull into gut ,slow hands away,rush slide ,feather late,best wishes,phil
phil collins, 12 Mar 2010 00:04 GMT
Simon & Mike (Pendovey Swift).
Fantastic effort guys......keep it going, not long left before dry land. Been following your progress with interest and admiration. Looking forward to hearing the TALL stories , I'm sure youve got for us all.
See you soon!
Arwel Hughes, 12 Mar 2010 00:01 GMT
Hey guys fantastic rowing. You're almost there. Wish I could be there to see you touch ground. Enjoy you're week of sleep when its done. Keep up the great work. Rob Blaine Christopher and Sonny. Fluffy says Hi too
Rob, 11 Mar 2010 23:50 GMT
Gorg ladies... Meddles, Kiley, Karon and Jo.... wow you are a whisper away ! Watching your special dot move along the progress report - speachless at your achievement ! Get your glad rags ready... your nearly in :)
See you soon, love, love xxxx
Heidi, 11 Mar 2010 22:40 GMT
Vision of Cornwall - Ben & Phil. Keep going lads, the end is in sight, well almost. You are doing really well. Not too long now and you will be on dry land. Thinking of you every day. Helen xxx
Helen Mildren, 11 Mar 2010 21:38 GMT
Nearly at the 500 miles to go point, well done, keep going it is an amazing achievement. Zach and I look at the green dot every day and read the blog. Looks like the navigation is now paying off and your ticking off the miles. Been into work today to check on the boys they seem to be doing a good job and everything tidy! Stay in good spirits it will be over soon,
db and kt, 11 Mar 2010 21:03 GMT
fantasic effort boys big push now and you be sinking back the beers before you know it . da iawn chi !
adrian davies, 11 Mar 2010 21:02 GMT
Leo... Keep pulling!!! your getting close!! In fact wave your flashlight tonight!! maybe i can see you, from our deck!!! your doing great!!! Kevin N
Kevin N, 11 Mar 2010 21:00 GMT
Milles bravos aux filles de VIVALDI, les coups de rames dans les tibias ne sont plus que souvenirs, et vous pouvez savourer votre victoire des fours. Bravo les françaises mais aussi félicitations à votre comité de soutien qui a été d'une présence indéfectibles. Imaginez vous que tous les messages n'ont pas été édités...Il reste encore quelques bouteilles à la mer qui viendront vous soutenir encore. Vous avez été formidables. Bravo !
Christian de Grenoble, 11 Mar 2010 20:32 GMT
Vision of Cornwall, you are doing so well, winds better in a day or two. Your boat now features on Google Streetview, Lidden Road !
John and Dora, 11 Mar 2010 20:29 GMT
Hiya Missy and her crew, how you doing girls, nearly home now. Only a few hundred nm to go.
Amazing effort, keep up the good work.
Hugs to all of you, as i know its been a struggle. But just think its been an amazing experience and you will be back with everyone soon.
Take Care & Stay Safe
Louise, 11 Mar 2010 20:24 GMT
Beech Boys - following you every bit of the way. Your daily blog is spellbinding and we find it hard to believe you are really out there rowing day and night. Hope your injuries don't hold you back too much. God Bless you both and keep you safe over the last 661 miles.
Glen and Mike Simkins, 11 Mar 2010 20:11 GMT
Making the turn onto the back nine and looking great! I have all the paperwork ready to be your agent!
Take it one day at a time!
Bill Ryan, 11 Mar 2010 19:55 GMT
Vision of Cornwall :) :) WOW! Keep it up guys, you're So So So close to home.....Fantastic, amazing effort!! Not long now! Cooome on!! Don't let no 11 catch you up OK! :)
Nicky James and friends, 11 Mar 2010 19:43 GMT
James nice of you to distract your dad from his hand with the old 'I've got a bad back' ploy. Good move. Sounds like the break dancing and body popping has done the trick too. Have you managed to take advantage of a tow from the big fish yet? Keep going guys. Yours the watching Chidlows.
Stephen & Cindy, 11 Mar 2010 19:36 GMT
pendovey swift - mike & simon
Your right, I do spend too much time on this site; but ill let you into a secret - im not the only one from work to do so.
only about 10 days rowing left now dudes, you can nearly smell it. well done.
Nigel Bradshaw, 11 Mar 2010 18:41 GMT
Just about halfway now and really clocking up the miles, Boys ask if the shark is friendly! God Bless and stay well,
The Lyons Clan, 11 Mar 2010 18:41 GMT
Howzit Pete,holding that buffer perfectly,100nm is just good,we hope and pray that all is ok !! Just keep in mind - own your life ! Like you gonna forget that hey!! Godspeed mate,Slummies is rootin for you.
Peter and Carlotta, 11 Mar 2010 18:30 GMT
To the amazing Mission Atlantic girls....keep going you are nearly there now and doing really well. All the best for the last few days..... XX The Horton's
Jamie,Dawn,Bethany & Olivia, 11 Mar 2010 18:29 GMT
WOW - I can't top Burkies message - he hit the nail on the head- I am still laughing.
When Fayes reads to you, you should be under 1000 mi to go. I am watching weather reports daily - "row it home". Hugs Spell
Spell, 11 Mar 2010 18:12 GMT
bravo les filles !
et une bise spéciale à ma nièce Laurence de Rancourt
christine becquet-lourdelet, 11 Mar 2010 18:07 GMT
annie mel. if you were rowing the length of the UK back to bristol north to south you have passed oban and you are approx. 50 mile from glasgow. hope this gives you a bit of perspective.you should get there sat. night. drop in one or two pubs / clubs. dont forget to put your kilts on. love pete.
bristol balloon pete, 11 Mar 2010 17:54 GMT
Everyone enjoying your updates. Strong rowing over the last few days. Well done. A few more days, and it will be all downhill / downstream to the finish !! Keep safe.
Aidan & Shirley W, Dublin, 11 Mar 2010 17:48 GMT
Felicitations Karukera et Vilvadi. Bravo à tous.
Vision of Cornwall Supporters
Barrie & Heather Cummings
Barrie & Heather Cummings, 11 Mar 2010 17:24 GMT
HCL Workforce 1.
Come on Chris and Joe,not far to go now.You're doing a brilliant job,keep it up.
We're all behind you and a cool beer,Antigua and all are waiting.
Keep safe,from all of us.
Cootham Crowd., 11 Mar 2010 17:17 GMT
annie mel. another fantastic row today your in the top 5 for distance covered. spirit of montanaro 2 miles ahead. ocean summit 20 miles reason why 35 miles you can and will catch them. think posative with your can do attitude and you will overtake them. love pete
bristol balloon pete, 11 Mar 2010 17:11 GMT
Explore! Mel & Annie, well done girls. Under 450nm to Antigua. Your focus and enthusiasm is awsome, as always. Hope dolphins guide you in and soon. Antigua is on your horizon, you have already come so far. Am sure your bottoms will bear it! xx Catherine McK
Catherine McKenna, 11 Mar 2010 16:58 GMT
Very pleased at news of improvement in both back and weather. Hope good winds and progress continue. Envy you the sight of dolphins---but don't think I'll swap places!
Keep up the brilliant effort.
Chris Mcnaught and Luis de la Torre
Chris McN and Luis de la torre--St Nazaire Association, 11 Mar 2010 16:53 GMT
Mince ma série prend fin, qu'est-ce que je vais regarder le soir en rentrant du travail? Un formidable BRAVO pour votre exploit!
sophie, 11 Mar 2010 16:31 GMT
Nearly there Mission Atlantic, keep up the excellent work, big hugs and love to Jo & the other girls, see you soon Gemma xxx
Gemma Johnson, 11 Mar 2010 16:07 GMT
Come on Ben and Phil, keep going
your'e doing great, not long to go now, Antigua and all are wating,
Vision of Cornwall still going strong. Come on ALL of you out there.
sam cummings , 11 Mar 2010 15:29 GMT
Looks like your plan is really working. Up into 11th place, and overtaken the four that is no longer racing too. Great progress!
Sam Tilley, 11 Mar 2010 15:03 GMT
We are in Puerto Rico right now. Should I rent a boat and come and get you. just kidding you are on the down hill part now. Be safe.
Mike, 11 Mar 2010 14:42 GMT
Keep it up Rambo Pete, what about treating yr pressure sore with seaweed. Surely that will work? Just a thort. You going great guns, making fantastic ground & making us South Africans real proud. Another victory lies in wait for our man from East London. To all the other rowers, you are also doing just wonderful. Hang in there and hang onto your dream. You getting closer by the day. Have a safe and succesful evening and week xxxx Tess from Nyamazela land
Tess Mills, 11 Mar 2010 14:33 GMT
Wow girls 11th Place!! are u sure you haven't got a secret engine, you guys are powering along now. Keep up the good work. We will have a nice cold Stella waiting for you Kiley :)
Mark and Clare, 11 Mar 2010 14:26 GMT
James & Sam
Glad to see the wind has at last changed and is letting you make headway again.
Keep positive. All of us in dorset are willing you on.
W-W's, 11 Mar 2010 14:08 GMT
Less than 500nm to the finish line -yippie do da!!! I'm sure you can taste or at least smell that frosty now - it's that close!!
You're moving at a tremendous speed, keep it up.
Stay safe and strong
Lots of love
Louise Goddard, 11 Mar 2010 13:56 GMT
Luke and Macca whoop whoop guys, back on amazing paddle power! x sue x
sue, 11 Mar 2010 13:56 GMT
girls on mission atlantic
keep up the fab rowing you are moving at great speed
on track to be home very soon
loz, 11 Mar 2010 13:50 GMT
We see you guys coming in English Harbour every year, from our Restaurant. Endless praises for your extreme challenge and great achievement!!
Congratulation from us and all our guests.
Well done you all...
Nat , 11 Mar 2010 13:32 GMT
Beech Boys, your blog is fascinating - I'm finding the movement of the boat quite nauseating! The thing I envy is the range of wildlife. I hope the back and hand troubles are easing - don't let them get you down, but with all your humorous diversions I'm sure you'll 'pull' through. Thinking of you. Love, Judith
judith HOPKINS, 11 Mar 2010 12:21 GMT
Meddles, Kylie, Karen and Jo on Mission atlantic....................come on girls you are sooooo close and you've done soooo well............the finish is within touching distance.........you are brilliant x
anna , 11 Mar 2010 11:50 GMT
You and the guys are doing great. Average 40m/ day and you will be on terra firma with a beer in hand next weekend.
Well done all of you.
Doug, 11 Mar 2010 11:04 GMT
Hi Tom & Rich (RED ARROW)
Keep up the great progress and achievement, not too many NM left to go. We'll listen in to your interview on BBC Radio London 94.9 FM this evening (19.45 hrs).
I tracked Laura's BA flight LGW-ANU yesterday (10-03-2010) she arrived safely in Antigua at 15.03hrs ANU local time.
Stay safe for the remaining distance and enjoy a few beers on arrival.
Chris - Sophie - Jack, 11 Mar 2010 10:40 GMT
way to go girls you are plowing your way through the feld up to 11th place now
you must be on a mission (hee hee)
keep up the great work
and see you soon
love and hugs
loz, 11 Mar 2010 10:38 GMT
You are both Top Bananas!!!
Dead proud!!! Keep cycling or whatever it is ur doin???
Love Jo Fox xxxxxxx
jo fox, 11 Mar 2010 10:10 GMT
Hi Beech Boys
Wondering if that massive fish/shark could give you a bit of a tow? Would be good hey?
How are the food rations going?
Amazing job guys - we often imagine you out there at sea as we look out to sea from here- only wish we could help more!
Take good care, your hard work will make such a difference to so many......
Love and hugs Gill, Mike, Katie and Hannah xxxx
Mike and Gill thescottsnz, 11 Mar 2010 10:08 GMT
Fantastic Beech Boys! The green dot edges ever closer with every stroke and you are definitely closing in on the finish. But don't be in too much hurry to finish - enjoy and savour every moment of the journey. Relax and give time for J's back to improve. Wonderful to hear of the dolphins and lock ness monster etc.Love from Taff and Karin
Taff and Karin, 11 Mar 2010 09:19 GMT
Phil & Skippy,
You are doing amazing fellas - all of Cornwall (and a small corner of the West Midlands) behind you!
Jon G, 11 Mar 2010 09:11 GMT
Come on Nick and Jonathon,Patience nearly into double figures.Congratulations go to the four finishers. Soon you will be joining them.Pull hard over this last stretch.Stay safe .Good Luck and fair weather.Brian King and all your fans at Cardiff Yacht Club.
Brian King, 11 Mar 2010 09:02 GMT
Starting my radio show in a fe weeks - can you believe its a year since the boat was launched on Coniston - its gone so quick! Anyway not long till you are back on dry land and enjoying the Caribbean - every oar stroke gets you closer! Keep going!
Where can you find a one legged dog? In teh same place you left it!
Lots of love
A, S and M
Andrew, Sarah An MArissa, 11 Mar 2010 08:28 GMT
PS à Vivaldi à propos de ce Jean-François :
Ci-dessous message de Jean-François Tardiveau.
Capitaine de vaisseau EN 64, ancien commandant du commando Hubert, 3° de RAMES GUYANNE 2007 en solitaire (il avait 63 balais).
hughes de Rancourt, 11 Mar 2010 08:14 GMT
Je me disais bien ....
Yves Gérard (copain de promo) me posait la question il y a quelques jours. Pour moi c'était peut-être ta fille mais je pensais plus à une nièce ou une parente proche . En tout cas je n'imaginais pas qu'elle ne fût de ta famille.
Un immense bravo donc et toute mon admiration pour cet équipage de charme et pour ta nièce en particulier, qui ont porté haut le pavillon. Elles ont été magnifiques de bout en bout.
hughes de Rancourt, 11 Mar 2010 08:12 GMT