You're a hero Charlie. Amazing result, and one which will stand for a long long time. Hopefull you've enjoyed a few cold beers with my brother in law Jon Money, who was coming out to see you in. Seriously, I'm so glad to have met you, and it's an honour to have rowed with you, if only from Oxford to Gorring. Many Congratulations, Rich Kinsey.
Rich Kinsey, 01 Mar 2010 14:16 GMT
Well done Beech Boys - you're doing brilliantly. Keep an eye out for that 1,000 nautical miles to go mark - not that far away now! Hope your hand gets better soon Norman.
Thanks again for all your hard work and amazing support.
All the best from us at WaterAid.
Kat, 01 Mar 2010 13:11 GMT
Hi Alex and Luke - you did a great days rowing yesterday after a couple of days "taking it easy!" Thinking of you everyday and watching your progress- love Lyn, Rodger, Blaine and Chrisopher x
Lyn, 01 Mar 2010 13:10 GMT
Hi Rob and Stu. great progess - well done. the map looks so impressive and it is remarkable to imagine you both - so "tiny" in the "great expanse od sea" and yet part of a group achieving so much. inspirational! so many people are watching with "humilty, awe and wonder".
with great respect,
love and God bless
Nigel Rawlinson, 01 Mar 2010 13:01 GMT
Good to talk to you yesterday and glad that things have improved again, a day further a day closer. Stay safe.
Love Brigid, Adrian, Seán, Rónan & Darragh xxxxx
The Lyons Clan, 01 Mar 2010 12:53 GMT
sorry to miss your arrival, was in English Harbour til Saturday looking out for you (post RORC600). I hope any winds are in your favour, and that you enjoy plenty of cold beers in the Yacht club. You're both amazing!
Julie Pringle, 01 Mar 2010 12:00 GMT
Stunning progress - all the best
Phil Woodhams, 01 Mar 2010 11:25 GMT
Congratulations on making the half way mark. I understand that you can play Santa now,with your white beard. Keep up the good work.
Jack Brosnahan, 01 Mar 2010 11:11 GMT
You are exactly 1/2 way there! We hope your last half is easier than your first half of the race. We are so proud of you.
Despite the white beard, you're just too skinny to be Santa. Perhaps an elf?! ;O
Keep it up! You're doing great!
Renee & Paul, 01 Mar 2010 10:43 GMT
Si and Mike - Pendovey Swift
Hi Guys your still doing great, your little dot has been making a pretty picture for us watching your progress back at home.
Si dad said he had to make a delivery and saw Michelle in work last week and she looks fab and is looking forward to your return so keep thinking of her and Tommy and get a move on!!!! :-)
We're just about to celebrate Mia's first birthday......can't believe how quick that year has gone!!!
Anyway keep it up your both doing a fab job, oh yeah and Happy St Davids Day to you Welshy boys, you need to do your best mileage today to celebrate!!!
Keep strong, safe and of course keep going.
:-) :-) :-) :-) and keep smiling!!!
Nic, Spud and girls, 01 Mar 2010 10:38 GMT
Gwyl Dewi Hapus / Happy St David's Day, Mike and Simon on Pendovey Swift. Everyone at the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea is wishing you a fair wind and an easy row home! Well done boys!!
National Waterfront Museum, 01 Mar 2010 10:21 GMT
Hey Waterbabes fantastic 24 hours, keep it up,love and hugs to all of you
marilyn , 01 Mar 2010 10:12 GMT
Comme je vois que même Claudie s'y met pour envoyer une bouteille à la mer, j'y vais, même si je rame un peu. Allez, bons vents, la terre vous tend ses bras ! Vas-y Lolo ! et les copines bien sûr aussi !
Pof, 01 Mar 2010 10:01 GMT
Monkey Nuts/Sam HOTW
Thanks for the message at last! France went without any hitches so the Duke behaved. Looking forward to Ancy in May, hopefully you will be finished by then if you get a wiggle on.
How's the designer sideburns getting on? Keep plugging away and the end will soon be in sight.
Jason Coles, 01 Mar 2010 09:46 GMT
Go James and Sam on HOTW
Your progress over the last few days is impressive. Great rowing - keep up the fantastic strokes - you are just a day or two away from being under the 1000 mark. Well done guys!
Avid Admirer, 01 Mar 2010 09:35 GMT
Hi there Vivaldi ! Il y a des chiffres qui parlent d'eux-mêmes... Vitesse moyenne et distance parcourue en 24h en impressionnent plus d'un. Vous donner l'impression de dérouler sans vous poser de question, la tête dans le guidon. Quelle leçon mes amies ! Etant donné les "vaguelettes" qui sont venues meurtrir l'Amérique du Sud côté Pacifique après séisme, nous nous réjouissons que vous soyez en train de ramer de l'autre côté... Tons of kisses to the four of you. Hughy
hughes de Rancourt, 01 Mar 2010 09:12 GMT
Vivaldi!! tenez bon!! Vous avancez bien malgré ces foutus roulettes..et la blessure de Quitterie.; Courage , c'est pas fini mais vous approchez du but! On vous embrasse très fort
Mam de Lo de R
Claudie de Rancourrt, 01 Mar 2010 09:04 GMT
Hi Neil + Dean (Spirit of MA)
Been away for a few shifts so not had time for emails but have now caught up. The map shows that you are both doing really well. Keep it up. weaqther is getting warmer here - +5!! Hope your spirits are as high as you can keep them and you havnt thrown either of yourselves over board yet! Keep going not long now.
All the very best Steve, Amanda Josh and Nick (he's now joined a real service the ARMY!!!!)
Steve Wood, 01 Mar 2010 00:44 GMT
Hi Norman and James,
You are doing brilliantly and soon you will be under the 1000.I was wonderi ng how many lengths of the lake that would be...I know you had worked out the number of lengths of the lake which would be equivalent to the total crossing before you went but I've forgotten ! and its a bit late on sunday night for doing mathematical problems.Mind you I surprised the centre staff the other day with my mental arithmetic speed in solving a puzzle steve had brought in.Said good bye to christine twice as couldn't get parked outside connies when I went to pick her up this morning...traffic chaos in the lay-by so had to park outside your house.and christine was just leaving.Connie and Lucy both came to dinner to-night and they think about you often and say hello.Like all of us they wish you well.Look after each other and bye for now.Glenda
glenda phillips, 28 Feb 2010 23:51 GMT
annie mel we are soooooo willing you on its hurting us enormously.we all want to give you good vibes, so dig in and keep on giving it your best shot.double quantities of love you today xx pete and fans.
bristol balloon pete, 28 Feb 2010 23:18 GMT
Hey Luke & Alex. Nearly there! Keep it up, you've done so well! x x
Honor, 28 Feb 2010 22:43 GMT
Allez les filles c'est bientôt l'arrivée, donc l'apéro.Bises et cet apéro avec Quitterie bientôt ?
ANNIE LA TARUSATE, 28 Feb 2010 22:39 GMT
Hi Deano & Neil
Hope you are both well, seen the photo you have sent, you both look like Tom Hanks in Casterway! not to long now, nearly at the end, keep up the good work lads. See you both soon for a beer, take care, Simon Sidebottom.
P.S. Happy 4?th Birthday Neil !
simon sidebottom, 28 Feb 2010 22:33 GMT
Hello Neil & Dean !
Good to see you enjoying the nice weather ! I was wondering what being in the middle of the ocean in pitch darkness is like? Do you not get the same sensation as white-out? Just a thought...... So, you sound upbeat - that's good, glad you're enjoying the gruelling trip. Have you thought about rowing back again, Antigua airport may have shut down for refurbishment ... I'm sure it was on www.bbc.co.uk/antigua_airport_closure_forces_neilanddean_to_row_all_the_way_home
Keep going boyz
Neil, Toni & Bethany, 28 Feb 2010 22:13 GMT
well done charlie pitcher, fantastic achievement. been following you and the others all the way. Will be doing so for a long time yet, our son james (speedo) is bringing up the rear along with sean on tess.
john & tricia ketchell, 28 Feb 2010 21:48 GMT
Bravo les filles, et bisous à Laurence, vous tenez le bon bout. Profitez bien de la chaleur, j'ai vu qu'en métropole les catas méteo s'enchainent.
On pense bien à vous, qui tenez le bon bout.
on pense aussi aux derniers, qui doivent en avoir marre ram.
Encore bravo pour cet exploit en équipe, et cette belle expérience.
Cécile et Jean-Louis
jlPagnon, 28 Feb 2010 21:36 GMT
Hi Séan good progress the wind and Gods are with you 1K down well done keep it up. Stay positive remember turn all negatives into positives with you all the way your life coach
Eamon Russell, 28 Feb 2010 21:35 GMT
Hi Beech Boys,hope your both well and are doing well in the race
love from Rhianna
Rhianna Todd, 28 Feb 2010 21:07 GMT
Norman's hand sounds like tendonitis to me - caused by repetitive flexion / extension of the fingers around the oar which makes the tendon swell inside the sheath - I've had it ! Of course the R & E of R.I.C.E. are impractical whilst rowing, but you might want to keep them as cool as poss. & take the max. ibruprofen dose, then elevate whilst resting. David.
David Taylor, 28 Feb 2010 21:05 GMT
Joe and Chris HCLWF1
You have picked up brilliantly you are 3nm behind the 4th pair and not very far from the third..so all to play for,go for it ,one last heave.
Mary and Ian, 28 Feb 2010 20:55 GMT
catherine mainguy qui encourage KARUKERA? c'est la catherine mainguy qui habite a st genis les ollières??? écris moi sur [email protected] Allez karukera, arrêtez d'attendre les filles de vivaldi et collez plutot au Q de QBE...
laurence de ste foy les lyon, 28 Feb 2010 20:53 GMT
What's taking so long
May winds blow fair
Ed Sue et al are there
The Wilsons, 28 Feb 2010 20:44 GMT
Beech Boys - Hoot from Holme !
Now you're putting things in persperctive for me - the longest sea kayak expeds I've ever been on were 6 weeks - you've actually been afloat now for a fortnight longer !! Immense grit and determination guys well done. The 1-10 scale and openness is very sensible - keep up the honesty between you. Very best, David
David Taylor, 28 Feb 2010 20:43 GMT
charlie Bravo.. warf warf;, j'espère que personne ne l'a faite celle là.. Bon karukera; faut arrêter de rêver devant les orques, et ramer un bon coup! on vous attend!!!
alexandrowicz laurence, 28 Feb 2010 20:42 GMT
Glad to hear you doing well today. Keep going, Lots of love and God Bless xx
Mam and Dad, 28 Feb 2010 19:58 GMT
Adam- just seen Alice in london. She's looking well fit. What more of an incentive could you possibly want to get to that finish line. Thinking of you all (on Spirit of Montanaro and V of C), massive respect as always, heads down to the finish now. Row row row! x
anna willmott, 28 Feb 2010 19:49 GMT
Waouh! Belle journée, n'est-ce pas? Continuez sans laisser "vaguer" votre punch. Maintenant, c'est tout droit.
Rémy, 28 Feb 2010 18:17 GMT
Go Go Go! Waterbabes. We are with you all the way. Jane and Ray
Jane Pattenden, 28 Feb 2010 18:02 GMT
Well done wonderful you nearer than London/Inverness! Can you smell the gin? Hope heat bearable Charlie
Charles Charles, 28 Feb 2010 17:52 GMT
Tim & Will on Heritage Explorer
Keep up the good work- you're getting closer to the finish now and I bet it can't come soon enough.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you battle against the elements in your craft.
Margaret, 28 Feb 2010 17:26 GMT
Hi Christopher. & Joe following your progress huge respect ,keep smiling and focused skx
sharon Knaggs, 28 Feb 2010 17:19 GMT
Just a quick hi been reading your blog every day - keep up the rowing but not any rowing hehe
Mike Phipps, 28 Feb 2010 17:18 GMT
Fantastic progress,QBE Insurance Challenger! Nearly 70 miles covered in the last 24 hours and your lead is steadily increasing. We are all tremendously proud of you. Keep up the splendid momentum and you will soon be there. God bless you both. Andree and Richard
Andree and Richard Gee, 28 Feb 2010 17:08 GMT
Hi Neil & Dean your going great sorry could'nt send you a message on your birthday Neil but our computer was up the creek so happy birthday for last friday we're thinking of you both Luv John Jan Libby &Emily xxx
uncle john, 28 Feb 2010 16:21 GMT
pendovey swift - mike & simon
looking at the t'interweb your little beige dot went in a complete circle in the last few days - how did you manage that!
Never mind, making good progress again guys, it may not feel like in now but youll remember these days for the rest of your lives. well done!
Nigel Bradshaw, 28 Feb 2010 15:46 GMT
If Mike had been in the Scouts, or remembered what he must have learnt, he should have been able to tie a bowline! Keep rowing you are doing well.
Judith&David Smith, 28 Feb 2010 15:16 GMT
Allez Vivaldi, bravo les filles. Encore 8 jours comme celui-là et la ligne d'arrivée est au bout. C'est digne des jeux olympiques. En tout cas, nous sommes remplis d'admiration. bien affectueusement,
Andre et Danièle Meillon
andre et Daniele Meilon, 28 Feb 2010 14:46 GMT
Allez les rames dames, c'est tout bon, tout droit et à fond...le paradis est juste après! Bravo, on est suspendu à vos efforts et vos prouesses. Bisous à Laurence, sans doute à bientôt maintenant !
isabelle et philippe, 28 Feb 2010 14:37 GMT
CYC held their Heads of the Taff rowing race yesterday, a little small scale to your attempt. Keep going lads CYC rowing section are all behind you as are the rest of the club members.
We will have that pint of Brains bitter waiting on the bar for you
Ray perriam, 28 Feb 2010 13:18 GMT
hiya Luke and Macca
so pleased that you had a better night, on the move again!! fantastic xxx the sun was bright red here last night we would be looking at the same sunset
kaz , 28 Feb 2010 12:24 GMT
Hi Mike (Pendovey Swift)
You have done really well so far keep up all the hard work. We still watch the yellow dot moving across the screen every day.
Good luck from Amanda Thomas and George Keay
Amanda, Thomas and George Keay, 28 Feb 2010 12:02 GMT
Hi Mission Atlantic
well done girls you have moved 2 places up the board and traveled almost 40 miles over the past 24hrs
keep strong and keep up the fantastic effort
we are all thinking of you and wishing you well
loz, 28 Feb 2010 11:55 GMT
Congratulations Charlie. Very very impressive!
Christian de Grenoble, 28 Feb 2010 11:27 GMT
Hi Dave, haven't left a message before but have been thinking about you. Wishing you luck in the last third of the journey.
Lynne Ogden, 28 Feb 2010 10:58 GMT
Patience No.47 Nick and Jonathon both of you doing very well.Only 22 miles from boat in front of you.Keep going, you are nearly there. Good Luck and best wishes from everyone at The Cardiff Yacht Club. Brian King
Brian King, 28 Feb 2010 10:25 GMT
Hi Joe and Chris HCL WF1,
Great to see you're on the move again!
Focus on the goal and stay positive.
Love, Kim, X
last 24hrs stats:
HCL 8th VMG 2.24, 53.15 in 24hrs 612 from goal. DreamM 7th VMG 2.26, 54.86 in 24hrs and 606 away, Patience at 6th VMG 1.96, 47.06 in 24hrs and 548 away.
Kim, 28 Feb 2010 10:14 GMT
Hi Pete, this is trully an inspiring race. You are out there on the ocean and taking it on like a true brave mariner. Hang in there, dig deep and Go For It!
Ian Anslow, 28 Feb 2010 10:05 GMT
Phil and Skippy Vision of Cornwall
You have new atmospheric conditions...
Vision of Cornwall gets a new velocity again,
the new continent is approching...
and there are still watchers on the earth.
Happy new end!
Jean-Noël, 28 Feb 2010 09:53 GMT
Luke & Macca - Keep going boys - if you need inspiration think Tetleys, Theakstons and Black Sheep - a cold beers in the pipes at the craven arms - look forward to buying you one - John Sue & Annie
John Sue & Annie, 28 Feb 2010 09:52 GMT
Great job Charlie! It's been amazing to follow your progress. You've certainly revolutionised ocean rowing! Well done and enjoy Antigua! Pete Collett
Pete Collett, 28 Feb 2010 09:44 GMT
Yorkshire Challenger morning guys, still going amazing out there, your little dot having a moment with the weather?! Keep up the fighting spirit x lots of love sue x
sue, 28 Feb 2010 08:18 GMT
La mécanique que vous soignez va tenir jusqu'au bout. A ce rythme, le bout c'est le 9 mars!!!!!!!!!!!!
Courage et persévérance, nous sommes derrière vous pour vous pousser un peu sur la fin, comme on peut d'ici...
e&h de Rancourt
e&h de Rancourt, 28 Feb 2010 08:04 GMT
Toni and I are with your fabulous sister. We are thinking about how brave and strong you are. We do realize that you have been thinking about us your entire trip but please try to conscentrate on finishing your trip. Good luck we wish you all the best!
Loretta and Toni
Loretta, 28 Feb 2010 04:53 GMT
Come on Pete, I'm thinking of you all the time. Be strong and eat more biltong. This old boy wants to see you soon. x
Charlie Pitcher, 28 Feb 2010 01:31 GMT
Hi Andrew and crew mates. You guys have done a fantastic job. The finish line is almost in sight.
We missed you on our recent trip to the UK but the "Weatherman" kept us up to date on your progress. He behaved himself this time at the wedding.
Bill & Edna, Los Angeles.
Bill & Edna Bolton, 28 Feb 2010 00:12 GMT
LEO!! HANG IN!! THE WEATHER IS TOUGH, YOU BEEN THEIR BEFORE! YOUR DOING GREAT!! WE ARE WATCHING AND PRAYING!! IT AINT THE RACE ITS YOUR PACE!! KEVIN N
KEVIN N, 27 Feb 2010 23:57 GMT
hi karen just to let you know that i am watching your progress accross the atlantic with great jealousey (never could spell) that i'm not there paddleing too hope all is well and spirits are hi look forward to seeing you soon keep smiling love paul
branskey, 27 Feb 2010 23:45 GMT
Well done lads. Have followed your progress all the way. Such spirit and endurance, Very proud of you.
Best wishes to you both xxx
Aunty Alice & Uncle Brian, 27 Feb 2010 23:42 GMT
Hiya Anniekins & Mel (would have liked to put Melikins but not sure if you would like that Mel),
WELL, I don't know whether you can feel it yet but here in St. Val we're HUFFING & PUFFING as hard as we can to push you girls home. Your not far now and the record is still in sight. So please don't be too dispondent. You've done absolutely fantastic so far and we're sure things have got to improve for you two. We've got everything crossed. Maybe the Christmas cake should go overboard as it may be stale and damp by now and weighing the boat down. On a lighter note we are looking forward to you coming here to rest after your amazing voyage and I promise, promise, promise not to make my amazing Shepherds Pie or get next years Xmas cake out but there will be lots & lots of French Champagne. Keep that thought. Dig those oars in deep and we'll see you soon. Take care. LOL. Katie & Renaud. XX XX
Katie & Renaud, 27 Feb 2010 23:39 GMT
Come on QBE. Now's the time to pull out even more stops. You can have a good sleep in a few days time.
Ro Facer Team Southern Cross
Ro Facer, 27 Feb 2010 23:38 GMT
Hi Neil & Dean,had those beers as promised tasted very good,could,nt have to many too tired,will make up for it at the weekend,ha ha!! hope everything going as planned you seem to be making good head way,aprt from the last two days,I assume that has something todo with the weather,keep up the good pace you will be back soon,keep safe.
Kev,Chris,Lauren & Liam.
PS:- HAPPY BIRTHDAY YOU OLD GIT :-D
Kevin Heames, 27 Feb 2010 22:18 GMT
We are Roberto Coin supporters and have also enjoyed watching your progress, great achievment well done from a small corner in North Yorkshire
Martin Hutchinson, 27 Feb 2010 22:00 GMT
Recevez milles pensées de la touraine !
Nous sommes avec vous !
Catherine de Briançon, 27 Feb 2010 21:24 GMT
James and Sam, congratulations on doing so well, keep well, keep focused, nothing else matters. I race a dinghy in Chichester harbour and know what it's like to be in a small boat in rough weather but nothing like the scale of your experience. May God bless your endeavours.
Chris Dalby ( Catherine's class of 08/09 ), 27 Feb 2010 21:18 GMT
Hi Joe and Chris HCL WF1
Ok some competitor stats to work on whilst you're battling bad weather.
You are 8th and 641 from goal. Dreammaker 7th 1.11 in last 24 and 638 from goal but not on as straight a line as you guys are keeping. Patience in similar line to you 1.55 last 24hrs and 573 from goal.
Who the coolest guy in the hospital? - The ultra sound technician. Who the second coolest? The hip replacement guy.
Kim, 27 Feb 2010 20:59 GMT
Hi Joe and Chris HCL WF1
I'm guessing from VMG stats that weather is frustrating things - I cannot make any sense of that weather map
You're doing a fantastic job - you're in 8th position and sitting pretty to rock once the weather improves. I know you'll give it welly . You're on the home stretch now - once last heave when you get the chance. Love to you both, Kim, x
Kim, 27 Feb 2010 20:45 GMT
Phil and Skippy Vision of Cornwall
During these last four days, because of the very bad meteorological conditions, Vision of Cornwall acheived a perfect circle on the Atlantic Ocean.
On river Seine, which is both considered as a river and as the sea, the ferry acheives a circle when there is a couple just married on board...
Phil was it an hidden announcement concerning your future?
I whish you, Phil and Skippy, warm, soft and propulsive wind to Antigua...
Jean-Noël, 27 Feb 2010 20:44 GMT
Hi. Great to see you are underway again. Hopefully those winds will stay in your direction for a while. Hope the enforced rest has helped the knuckles Norman. And hope that you have both managed to get some good sleep and lots of treats. Hope it helps to know that we are all remembering you many times in each day. We are glad we are not with you given the circumstances but are with you both in our thoughts and prayers. Love & prayers xxxx
The Murrays (Coleraine), 27 Feb 2010 20:33 GMT
Jimmy and Adam - Keep up the great work. This is inspiring stuff!
Alex Cooley, 27 Feb 2010 20:08 GMT
Hi Norman and James, UBRacing are all hoping on your safe return you will do a lecture back at the University. Mclaren F1 are one of our sponsors this year, would you like us to get them to email you a virtual high tec go-fast spoiler for the boat?. Keep safe. Carl and the racing team
carl hingley, 27 Feb 2010 19:00 GMT
James and Ollie on QBE.
You're going really well and keeping good pace. GO,GO,GO. We've all got our eyes on you and wishing you well. NOT LONG NOW! Love from the Pitcher lot.
Jennyj, 27 Feb 2010 18:38 GMT
Vision of Cornwall
Come on guys, you are doing really well. You have progressed fantastically. Keep it up. Not far to go now. We must get together this year and you can tell me all about your adventure. You are making many people very proud.
Lots of Love cousin Tracy and family
Tracy Dawson (nee Firth), 27 Feb 2010 18:26 GMT
Congratulations Charlie, you've done fantastically well. Loved your blog. Vision of Cornwall supporters; Barrie (Skippy's Dad) & Heather
Barrie & Heather, 27 Feb 2010 18:22 GMT
fantastique ! on se souvient de toi comme compa mais là, dis donc ! tu nous épastoufles. maintenant on te suit chaque jour
mariette et antoine et les Hurand family, 27 Feb 2010 18:01 GMT
Congratulations to Charlie Pitcher. Amazing achievement.
Alex and Liz Ditton
Mick and Lia,
Almost at the 2000 mile mark!
Keep going. End is in sight over the horizon.
Love from Mum xxx
Elizabeth Ditton, 27 Feb 2010 17:33 GMT
Ole & Brian, my son Ben wants to know where you go to the bathroom? Did the Whale squirt water out of his spout? What has been your biggest wave so far? Keep up the great work, you are two crazy Canuck's!!!
Dave & Ben Macfarlane, 27 Feb 2010 17:28 GMT
Pete...well into the single digits now, its downhill from here!!! You inspire me more then anybody ever has! GO HARD...
Jason Northwood, 27 Feb 2010 17:17 GMT
Hello Stormin and James, Hope you find some good winds soon, and hope you are able to get some rest whilest the conditions aren't so great. We are still all really enjoying watching your green dot, look forward to you getting to under the 1000 mark, you're doing sooooo well, keep it going you two. :) Lots of love xxxxx
Mark, Rach, Tom, Matt and Dan, 27 Feb 2010 15:59 GMT
Norman and James
Keep going guys. We are equally fascinated by your blog and culinary creativity! Look forward to hearing all about first hand back at the Priestley Centre.
Claire, Andy, Daniel and Jonah
The Farrow Family, 27 Feb 2010 15:41 GMT
Hi Phil & Skippy,
Spoke to Gran this morning she was telling me how you had been blown back by the weather, she said you will be on Spotlight Wed or Thurs so we will be watching. Take care.
Love Ali & Bernard xx
Bernard & Ali, 27 Feb 2010 15:35 GMT
Ohé! les garçons de Karukera ! j'ai une idée : si vous attendiez un petit peu les filles de Vivaldi pour l'arrivée rame dans la rame ? Quelle belle célébration de la galanterie française ! My God jamais vu ça encore dans cette course !
elisabeth de rancourt, 27 Feb 2010 15:08 GMT
Charlie and JJ-just brilliant-warmest congratulations and best wishes from the QBE fan club!Leave some beer for Ollie & James.
Renee Stringfellow, 27 Feb 2010 14:27 GMT
Thinking of you everyday. Rob, Nutty, Maxine and Giselle. Sunrise on Sea
Rob and Nadege Rankin, 27 Feb 2010 13:58 GMT
Congratulations to all of you for coping with a really frustrating situation . You are all - last or first an inspiration .
Keep going !
Colin, 27 Feb 2010 13:02 GMT
To Dream Maker, Lia you amaze me and all around me with your drive and get up and go, I would like to think that sailing with me helped get you to where you are today, we won't go there, big hugs and Myles says hello, stay fast and flat, Craig
Craig Alexander, 27 Feb 2010 11:42 GMT
How are my boys this morning ?? Luke and Alex sit tight stay safe, nothing lasts forever and you will soon be beasting on .xxxxxx
kaz , 27 Feb 2010 11:35 GMT
hi skippy and phil, nearly home i see, you've done really well a good steady progress. i hope you are both in good spirits you should be very proud of yourselves, we are all proud of you back home. its the final stretch boys, with that wind you should be able to smell the land ....! see you soon.x emma
emma, 27 Feb 2010 10:55 GMT
Brilliant crossing. Congratulations to Charlie Pitcher for an outstanding win and well done to all of your support crew.
Ro Facer Team Southern Cross Indian 2009
Dream it do It
Still keeping our eyes on you Roger. Watching you all the way to the shore. Keep strong.
Ro Facer, 27 Feb 2010 10:54 GMT
Norman and James.
Noticed that you have had a bit of a loop in your travels. So have lots of other boats. Stay encouraged. The children of Israel reached the promised land. Refined and enriched , the bonus is you won't be as dusty as them and it wont take as long. Every blessing praying for you both. Land beckons.
Stephen & Cindy, 27 Feb 2010 10:32 GMT
Eole fait encore des siennes ! Espérons qu'il se fatigue vite de ses extravagances. Vous nous avez déjà montré votre patience et votre persévérance devant les éléments naturels. Vous m'épatez. Courage les filles ! Avec mon chaleureux soutien.
Bises à Quitterie et à ses "co-mer".
Liliane, 27 Feb 2010 10:10 GMT