Great to see that you are making progress at long last, we all miss you lots, stay safe and keep moving west x x x
donna mc gowan, 24 Feb 2010 22:43 GMT
annie mel. you have picked up the pace keep on keeping on. love pete and fans.
bristol balloon pete, 24 Feb 2010 22:26 GMT
Simon & Mike (Pendovey Swift)
Keep up the good work boys you are doing extremely well, very proud of you.
Keep strong, my thoughts are always with you, lots of love Mum & Ian xxx
Daphne Evans, 24 Feb 2010 21:54 GMT
Wow. More than half way there. Keep it up Leo. We're all thinking about you. Good luck!
Wayne Plylar, 24 Feb 2010 21:09 GMT
Well done James and Olli on QBE, you are doing so well and i would love to have seen the dolphins. Now row hard and meet up with your families soon. All are so proud of you. Take care. XX
Rob and Rebecca Sannick, 24 Feb 2010 20:59 GMT
Phil and Skippy Vision of Cornwall
The mean value of your progress is roughly 50 mn per day, if I collect the distances on a period covering the nine last consecutive days!
Its a quite very good performance, isnt?
You are far ahead but close to me!
Jean-Noël, 24 Feb 2010 20:48 GMT
Hi Norman and James,
We continue to enjoy reading your blogs. Is funny to think that whatever we're doing your on the boat rowing! Keep up the good work - great to pass the half way point. Watching Stoke v Man City in the cup this evening - 0 v 0 at half time - come on city! Take care, x
Mark and Gemma, 24 Feb 2010 20:46 GMT
Hi Phil & Skippy,
Hope you are ok, getting closer. Hope the weather is ok, it's been wet herer today. Had a bad day Bernards shop got broken into last night, b------s took 4 charity tins including C.B.A. as you can imagine he not a happy bunny !!
Love Ali & Bernard xx
Ali & Bernard, 24 Feb 2010 20:37 GMT
Hi Sean, great to see you making progress again. Keep the iPOD turned up, and the music country! Regards, -Dan.
Dan O'Donnell, 24 Feb 2010 19:30 GMT
NORMAN & JAMES
I meant to say, before you set off...If you see a colander type bucket and plant pot on your travels...can't remember when I had them last!!
Jeanie & Jes, 24 Feb 2010 18:56 GMT
Hi Sean doing good keep going!!!!!!!!
Andrea Faherty, 24 Feb 2010 18:42 GMT
Que de félicitations, que des encouragements, vous êtes au top, les filles. Que les courants soient avec vous. Bon courage, hauts les rames !!!
Les voisins de Roupiet.
Nadine et Michel, 24 Feb 2010 18:41 GMT
SPIRIT OF MOMTANARO
FANTASTIC PROGRESS LADS WELL DONE READY TO POUNCE ON THE NEXT TWO JUST RIPE FOR THE TAKING EASY TO SAY SITTING HERE BUT EVERY CONFIDENCE IN YOU. ALL THE BEST. PAUL COLLINS
PAUL COLLINS, 24 Feb 2010 18:33 GMT
Courage les filles c'est merveilleux ce que vous faites! Bientôt le repos pour vous toutes.Bises à Quitterie.
Cathy Bruges., 24 Feb 2010 18:09 GMT
Hi Ole & Brian!
You are two tough and determined people. Ole you have always been one to set your goals high and achieve them.We are watching your progress daily and hoping that the winds help you on your way to the finish. You are doing great. Keep up the good spirits and hard rowing.
We wish you a safe and speedy home stretch.
All the very best and Good Luck!
Vic & Shirley Hnatyszyn
24 Feb 2010
Vic & Shirley Hnatyszyn, 24 Feb 2010 16:29 GMT
Looks like a good day on the oars! Looking strong...........keep pushing forward......or should that be backward!!!!
Ian mcglade, 24 Feb 2010 16:28 GMT
Happy birthday willy! Sing him happy birthday from me healer.
Keep up the great work guys, will have a pint with your names on when you get back! Lyon house all the way! Dave x
Dave Reeves, 24 Feb 2010 15:51 GMT
Hello Beech Boys
Travelling with you in our imagination and so impressed withyour perseverance.
Rooting for you
From Probus Ladies (Highcliffe. Dorset )
Corinne Beech, 24 Feb 2010 15:34 GMT
Charlie - keep it going - fantastic - next call "land ho"!! That will spur you on even more
Think of the benefits after the next few hours - strive on to the finish. Well done.
Have a Great celebration - so deserved..
Mia and Martin, 24 Feb 2010 15:16 GMT
greetings from a cold and wet Charles. Wishing you good speed and safe progress!
Linda Muri, 24 Feb 2010 15:12 GMT
The crew website Atlanticwaterbabes.com has crashed today. Webmaster is aware and hopes to have reconnected by Friday.
Anne Radband, 24 Feb 2010 14:12 GMT
you are doing really well. we can hardly see your purple dot on the progress page what with all the other dots around yours.
went to plymouth at the weekend. my mum hasnt got with the times yet and doesnt have the tinternet so we couldnt check your progress. you must be really proud of yourself.
much love from tash, john , sophie and kara xxxx
natasha dillingham, 24 Feb 2010 14:07 GMT
Benoit et François, vous êtes si près du but, c'est impressionnant! Kourage Karukera pour la dernière ligne droite ...
Mylene M., 24 Feb 2010 13:47 GMT
Hi Sean, your doing well!
Keep going no matter what
the shark stopped following you didnt he?
I'm right here in galway looking out on the sea it looks calm I hope its calm out there!!!!
make sure your hands are moving!!!
Andrea Faherty, 24 Feb 2010 13:34 GMT
Still watching you guys, things must be sore !! but the end is in site. that must be sore to !
cannot wait to meet you guys again.
Allan Pearce ( Amberley ), 24 Feb 2010 13:17 GMT
mission painting hallway almost complete, a few hic ups!!!
mission crossing atlantic almost complete. and what a mission you are all having
you girls are doing so well, on the home run now
keep your spirits up home is in sight and Jo you can make me a cuppa!!!!
love and hugs to all
loz, 24 Feb 2010 12:54 GMT
Norman and James
Well done with the progress.
We had great fun catching up on your bloggs after our holiday.
We're willing you on to get below the 1000miles to go marker.
Remember - keep smiling, you doing this for fun!
Jude and Doug
Jude and Doug, 24 Feb 2010 12:26 GMT
Hi Beech Boys
love reading your blogs its like we're on the boat with you although I don't fancy the food especially the mint flavoured porridge.
Anna & Mike Dorrington
Anna Dorrington, 24 Feb 2010 12:10 GMT
Hi Tom and Rich on Red Arrow
You are doing fantastically well - keep it up!
Looking forward to hearing all about your adventure when you get back.
The chaps of Woking Round Table
Woking Round Table, 24 Feb 2010 11:43 GMT
C'mon boys, less than a 1,000 left, time to sprint to the finish!
Mike palmer, 24 Feb 2010 11:37 GMT
Hi Norman & James
Must be a nice thought to look forward to the start of counting down from 999 miles to go. You have probably got it listed on your jottings that you have now rowed past Hoathwaite Landing the equivelent of 287 times. Your experiences of complete quiet no artifical lights at night. just the stars moon and God's great expance of His created universe must be something that you will miss when you are back in Coniston let alone the great Birmingham conurbation. God bless you both, back to my metal machines and students Richard Fasham
Richard fasham, 24 Feb 2010 11:20 GMT
BEECH BOYS: Keep going Norman and James! You're doing an amazing job, and not only at the rowing! Through all that tiredness, we marvel at your ability to dwell on the positives. Whatever the vagaries of the day to day speed, like the elephant that an earlier blog mentioned, this journey is definitely disappearing!
You must be so proud of Joe! What a hero! We can think of at least two other heroes for whom some sort of medal for outstanding bravery and humour in the face of adversity would be in order!
lots of love and prayers for strength, Jill Warren Daniel Evannie Anna and Lydia
P.S. James's sea shanty very nearly ready!
Birch Clan, 24 Feb 2010 11:01 GMT
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Take courage for all things are possible in Him who gives you strength.
Eish ! you are a legend!
East London is wating for you, so dig in.
big hug and shoulder rub.
Marion Schwarz, 24 Feb 2010 10:44 GMT
Sorry for our absence! Thank you so much for our Toot! Marissa's dedication went really well. We continue to pray for you. What you are doing is actually amazing so keep pushing and we will see you soon x
Andrew, Sarah and Marissa, 24 Feb 2010 10:40 GMT
Luke and Macca
greetings from the jolly beach, good dmg last night, soon be below a thousand miles x. Going up to English harbour soon to see JJ come in . so exciting wish it was you boys as well and it will be soon XXX lots of love
Kaz and Claire xxxxx
kaz , 24 Feb 2010 10:32 GMT
Doesn’t look like the Atlantic is going to let you pass without a fight lad’s, you wouldn’t have wanted an easy trip, where’s the fun in that.
All following your progress back here.
Keep it up, dig deep and tough it out.
Steve Davies, 24 Feb 2010 09:41 GMT
Sean, great to see you back moving again. The hard third is done! Now for the rest! Richard
Richard Allen, 24 Feb 2010 08:45 GMT
Great progress the last few days, well done and keep up the excellent work!! Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Love Brigid, Adrian, Seán, Rónan & Darragh xxxxx
The Lyons Clan, 24 Feb 2010 08:27 GMT
Luke & Macca
Since you set off, two things have been constant - you're rowing and snow on Paley Green Lane - Keep up the great work John & Sue
John , 24 Feb 2010 08:24 GMT
Heritage Explorer - Will wishing you a very Happy Birthday hope you have a good day and find a few goodies on board to celebrate. You will remember this one alright. LOL Mum,Dad,Tom,Lou & Pap
Anton & Sally Smith, 24 Feb 2010 08:24 GMT
Hello from Haida gwaii Ole. Good work. You'll have to come catch the halibut with me when you get back. From Alfie
Alfie Collinson , 24 Feb 2010 06:41 GMT
Nick & Jon, come on you Atlantic Dragons! Watching your progress daily and willing you on. Hope you are saving yourselves for a massive last minute sprint to the end. Not much more to do now, keep pulling boys and show them what the Welsh are made of!
Sheila Parker-Brown, 24 Feb 2010 06:18 GMT
Well Done DreamMaker ,a very good day for you.Over 64 miles in the last 24 hours, that is great progress Did you scrub the bottom? best wishes from Victoria BC
Will Nesling, 24 Feb 2010 05:49 GMT
They are winning gold medals here in Vancouver. I'll tell them to save one for you Ole and your crew!
Mike Pearce, 24 Feb 2010 05:30 GMT
Keep going guys. Love logging on to monitor your progress. Hope the wind keeps blowing you in the right direction. Reminds me of all those meetings at the centre trying to work out what the weather is going to do!
BJ, 24 Feb 2010 01:38 GMT
annie mel. two more great milestones in the past 24 hours you are under 900 miles to the finish but even greater than that you have now covered two thirds of the distance, absolutely fantastic well done. love pete and fans.
bristol balloon pete, 23 Feb 2010 23:18 GMT
Hi Annie and Mel on Explore!
Annie, your blog suggests Mel will "definitely win the biggest pain in the arse award". Is this because she has the biggest pains in her arse, or because she simply has pains in the biggest, sorry Michie, bigger, arse??
Hey, come on you two - we don't message for a couple of days and you drop a couple of places. So if we message twice a day for 7 days, will you take over the lead???... (You're 14th at the moment) Not far to go, and coming back should be easier thanks to Sainsbury's... Keep the pressure on - now's the time to make the push that will make the difference!!!
In your idler moments, think about the book you're going to ghost-write - "Two oars against the Atlantic" - brilliant title don't you agree???
Love as always to both, Katie and Renaud xx.
Renaud and Katie, 23 Feb 2010 23:13 GMT
Good days rowing, well done. Hope things stay good for you. Everyone cheering for you. stay Strong, stay safe
Sunville McGowans, 23 Feb 2010 23:09 GMT
Hi Norman & James
As you know, I'm not the seafaring type but I do know about food!
Sounds like Heston Blumenthal did your packing! Hope there aren't too many bags like yesterdays. If so,
imagine you have just brushed your teeth before eating.
Keep up the good work. We're all watching you and thinking of you.
Jeanie & Jes, 23 Feb 2010 23:05 GMT
Good luck to all the rowers. Followed my sister in 2007 (Atlantic) and 2008 (Indian) and I'm still hooked. Fantastic achievment. You should all be so proud.
Glesni Jones, 23 Feb 2010 23:00 GMT
Charlie Pitcher. Under a hundred miles to go! Bravo. We are holding our breath, so please be quick. Sally and James
Sally, 23 Feb 2010 22:59 GMT
Leo,now that your almost 1/2 way there start thinking about that Hole In One your gonna get this year. Keep up the good work. Seriously , real proud of you and wish you the best in the last half of your noble quest. Fair winds and following seas. My best, Frank
Frank Dawson, 23 Feb 2010 22:47 GMT
well done ben and phil.your doing brill.keep up the good work.
lots of love cousin charlotte and william xx
charlotte hickling, 23 Feb 2010 22:13 GMT
Séan your looking good I hope the wind when you have it will be with you all the way to the finish. We have snow here and Dillie O Wee resigned how bad can things get. There are you living your dream It will be all worth it in the end, even with the pain you must be going through mentaly and physicaly Now is the time to dig deep. Keep the head up and think of all the people at home willing you to finish. Think of you're family at the finisn line and the parties you will be having for weeks after Most important the great charity you are helping Think positive you can do it well done keep it up
Eamon Russell, 23 Feb 2010 22:05 GMT
Go Pete Go! Checking up on you daily and am still blown away by what you're up to. You're an inspiration for us all.
Guy, 23 Feb 2010 21:29 GMT
Leo!!! KEEP RACKING UP THE MILES YOUR BETTER THEN HALF WAY!! GREAT JOB!! STAY STRONG!! DONT LISTEN TO MR. WIZARD!!! KEVIN N
Kevin N , 23 Feb 2010 21:08 GMT
Leo, the ice is melting around RBC docks, and a few intrepid souls went out today, dodging a few icebergs. I'm thinking of you ALL THE TIME, and can't wait to see you! (I need my fellow vampire rower!)
Helen Fremont, 23 Feb 2010 21:06 GMT
First time we`ve remembered to get in touch and been at the computer at the same time ! Looks like you"ve just about done it , a massive, brilliant effort. Well done.Stay focussed to the end ,good luck,catch up with you once you"re back.
Andy ,Carol, Katie & David, 23 Feb 2010 20:56 GMT
Good to see you're still in good spirits on the final stretch. Wishing you more beautiful sunsets. Good Luck.
Judy & Len West, 23 Feb 2010 20:30 GMT
Phil and Skippy Vision of Cornwall
The velocity of Vision of Cornwall is still at a very hight value.
Very good efforts.
The nautical distance left is only
Did you swim among dolphins?
Jean-Noël, 23 Feb 2010 20:28 GMT
courage les filles... vous voyez le bout !!
Et vous venez de passer juste au dessus de la dorsale... alors ca fait quoi :)
Jerome le geologue, 23 Feb 2010 20:14 GMT
Félicitations Vivaldi, c'est une belle symphonie que vous êtes en train d'écrire. Plus que quelques coups de rames et vous pourrez savourer cet exploit.
Bon courage pour cette fin de course, que les vents vous soient favorables.
Jean-Luc Cassé, 23 Feb 2010 19:52 GMT
Charlie on JJ,
Well done Charlie you are into double digits now, less than 100 miles to go before you have that cold beer in your hand. James
James Young, 23 Feb 2010 19:51 GMT
You are doing great this week. Glad you have enough food for the rest of the trip. You are almost half way there, keep it going.
Jack Brosnahan, 23 Feb 2010 19:29 GMT
DreamMaker Missed writing a note last week,thinking of you both every day. Great rowing, what a diffrence a wind makes! take care, Netty
Annette & Adrian Parker, 23 Feb 2010 19:25 GMT
L'arrivée approche à grands coups de rames.
Les sprints finals se préparent.
Bravo les futures championnes !
Catherine de Briançon, 23 Feb 2010 19:21 GMT
Bon courage, vous tenez le bon bout. Vous Devez humour commencer à l'air des Caraïbes. Vous nous montrez que les efforts Sont toujours récompenses Alors continuez, continuez .... Nous soutenons vous chaque jour.
Racineux-Dusser, 23 Feb 2010 19:07 GMT
Hi Annie and Mel
Obviously not having the best of luck with condiitions. It will change. Anyway you'll always be No1 Heroines in my book whenever you finish you marvellously mad lady mariners!
Every good wish and blessings
MIKE, 23 Feb 2010 18:25 GMT
Joe and Chris on HCL WF1,
Well done guys on a fantastic 24 hrs - the fastest VMG out of 30 boats - 2.7, dist 64.8.
dream maker 11 miles behind you did 2.62, dist 64.84
So impressed after all this rowing you pull this off- you are amaaaaaazing, x
Kim, 23 Feb 2010 18:14 GMT
Patience, boat 47
Hello both, we still look at your progress every day, hope the winds are improving for you, everyone is willing you on and wishing you well. What a challenge and what an adventure, the miles are ticking down, well done to both of you .
Stay positive and above all stay safe.
Carol and Graham (CYC)
carol clark, 23 Feb 2010 17:55 GMT
Hi Simon and Mike,
Great progress guys, now its three figures. You are really doing yourselves proud. keep going guys. Goooooood Effort.
Andy Francis, 23 Feb 2010 17:39 GMT
Hi there. Great to read your blog. I would imagine you might be right...mint flavoured porridge doesnt sound like a great catch!!
Thanks for your birthday greetings to Norman. He had a day off on his birthday yesterday but worked very hard at household chores so he went back to work for a rest today!!
Hope next year's big birthday doesn't give him any madcap ideas like you Norman!!!!!. Take care. Love & Prayers xxxx
The Murrays. (Coleraine), 23 Feb 2010 17:21 GMT
Annie & Mel - Keep going girls - the end is nearly in sight. Don't forget the rum.
Jim Henderson, 23 Feb 2010 17:08 GMT
Just found out about your blog and this site and wanted to send you very best wishes from all the Margetts. It sounds awesome - and what a fantastic experience and achievement. I saw Sally Mills the other day and her family send their love too. We are all watching your progress and rooting for you
Sue Margetts, 23 Feb 2010 16:41 GMT
LEO, As I write to you today - I am sure you are at the half way point! WOW what mileage this week. Glad you found more food - will bring chocolate! Hugs SPELL
spell, 23 Feb 2010 15:06 GMT
Que Neptune soit avec vous jusqu'au bout! souquez ferme pour les petits 600M qu'il reste.
Rémy, 23 Feb 2010 14:42 GMT
luke... Spoke to your grandma Norma this morning to ask of your progress(. I live round the corner from her)She's very proud but a little worried of your participation in the race. She gave me the web site add. so I could read your blogs and progress reports. I wish you both favourable winds, renewed strength and godspeed on to Antigua. Diana .
Diana Martlew, 23 Feb 2010 14:13 GMT
HOTW - Fantastic rowing in the last 24-36 hours - up there with all the best. Fa-bu-lous! All the French groups in Tarring are still following your progress with interest. You're doing your Mums proud.
Pat, Derek & Tim, 23 Feb 2010 14:09 GMT
Good luck to you all I follow daily as my grandson completed it two years ago and I know the effort you all make WONDERFUL WELL DONE1
Joy Yorks, 23 Feb 2010 14:05 GMT
Bravo à vous quatre, nous suivons ainsi que toute l'équipe votre avancée.
Courage pour la fin de cette belle aventure. On vous attend très vite.
A tout bientôt.
Penda et l'équipe AmpersandWorld
Penda Coulibaly, 23 Feb 2010 13:50 GMT
Yorkshire Challenger! Ahoy!
Sorry, been a bit quiet of late - apparently they pay me to sit at this desk rather than just chart how you guys are getting along. How rude.
Awesome progress of late, really consistant. Loved reading the blog, assume you have some power in the old lappy now. Good to see some photos too, imagine that the oars are just extensions of you limbs now!!
Toodle pip for now, will write more later.
GPG, 23 Feb 2010 13:50 GMT
Hey rob.....Just wanted you to know we are are watching your progress on line and routing for you. Cant believe you have been sitting in a boat for 50 days...you are crazy...but keep going my lovely...you might not be able to see the finish line but we can....it isnt that far.....Love Jax ...xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and Chris x
chris john and Jacki coles, 23 Feb 2010 13:12 GMT
Hello the Mobydicks,
Here you have been interfering with the wildlife, you know you can be arrested for that.
Making really good progress are you sure you are not still attatched to the beast.
Look on the bright side your trophy should bring a good price on Ebay for your charity. When are you bringing the book out " 3 men still afloat" should make a good film.
Save some energy for the sprint finish all the very best.
William Ferguson, 23 Feb 2010 12:57 GMT
Hi Alex and Luke
You're making excellent progress. Everyone can't wait to have a huge party when you're finished... just stay focussed and know we're all with you! Lots of love Lyn, Rodger, Blaine and Christopher
Lyn Alderson, 23 Feb 2010 12:29 GMT
Racks and Jimmy - best of luck chaps, hope your spirits are high and you're not too knackered!
Keep it up!
Phil Henson, 23 Feb 2010 11:59 GMT
BEECH BOYS, Spoke with Corrine last evening she was in great form after hearing from you. You are now past the mid post soon you will be getting the "channels" a name for arriving home which i remember the Liverpool sailors used.(in the old days) May the wind be at your backs. God speed love & prayers
Steve & Olive Highcliffe X
Steve & Olive Crosby, 23 Feb 2010 11:54 GMT
Charlie, so nearly there, what an amazing achievement, keep it up! We are following your progress hour by hour, missed you on the radio this morning, has any one tried to get you on Chris Evans show? That would be a sporting challenge for him to get stuck into. We will be raising a glass to you in the next couple of days. Edd, Pips, Josie & Kitty.
Edd, Pips, Josie & Kitty, 23 Feb 2010 11:44 GMT
Sean in Tess - glad the wind has finally gotten behind you! Almost 900 people following you on facebook now!
sheila, 23 Feb 2010 11:18 GMT
Time to keep focussed and dig in eh - well done you're doing great - we are so jealous of all the experiences you are going through - especially the night skies.
The weekends snow is all gone again now though people say there is more due soon!
Man City and Liverpool fought out a boring draw and even better Everton beat Man U.
We are praying for the favourable winds!
Alan and Glenda
Alan and Glenda Phillips, 23 Feb 2010 11:08 GMT
Hi James and Sam - brilliant last 24 hours MG rates and miles - keep at it.
In the last half of the run now and always eager to watch your progress
derek, 23 Feb 2010 10:50 GMT
Hello Viva ! Manque de vent, mais aussi de marlins dans les parages j'espère... Faudrait pas que l'un d'entre eux décide de venir piquer vos augustes fondements comme certains qui en ont fait l'amère expérience ! On vous attend le 13 mars et c'est une bonne idée car c'est un samedi. Faites le maximum sinon il faudra se lever tôt le dimanche ! Plus que 600 nm au jus ; on vous pousse ! Kisses
hughes de Rancourt, 23 Feb 2010 10:43 GMT
iHola guys- well done, keep going! No doubt Paul H. & Steve G. are v. envious in sunny Cornwall.Your weather is probably better than we have had since you left.Buen viaje, Tony in (now sunny) Tenerife.
Tony Evans, 23 Feb 2010 10:32 GMT
Hi Skippy, You two are doing so well and I hope the blisters aren't too uncomfortable. Keep your spirits up! Ruth and Liz
Liz Pearson, 23 Feb 2010 10:28 GMT
Hi James and Sam, Its all downhill from now on , looks like you,re in a convoy of 5 boats at the moment andyou all seem close enough on the map to be able to chat to each other.
You.re going great but keep looking on the bright side, it.s still cold and wet here so no need to rush to get back.
Best wishes Alan
alan, 23 Feb 2010 09:54 GMT
Just read the Fogle/Cracknell 'The Crossing' whilst slumbering on a deck chair beach side and am completely in awe of what you are doing, particularly as Cracknell describes solos as "crazy".
Good luck in racing the yacht and don't miss the finsih line.
Barnaby Collins, 23 Feb 2010 09:52 GMT
Hi guys. Still clocking up those miles! Tried to send a message last night but unfortunately it wasn't posted! Maybe they thought I was giving you some very expert navigation advice....hardly!! Keep it up.Only a few days and you will be on the countdown with 3 figures. Wonderful! Love & prayers xxxx
The Murrays (Coleraine), 23 Feb 2010 09:49 GMT
Patience No.47. Good morning to both of you.You are nearly there. A bit more effort is needed to keep your position as theboat next to you is only 5 miles away.Still doing very well.Good Luck from C.Y.C.
Brian King, 23 Feb 2010 09:44 GMT
Roger - jst waiting for all to gather for the weekly team session. keep going - you are only 1100NM behind the leader......we are all gunning for you,
Tony Pearce, 23 Feb 2010 09:37 GMT
The end is nigh boys! No time for pulling planks,
Your wasted limbs and severed minds got several hundred miles to climb,
haste! haste! haste! There's a boogie on your tail. James
James Cummings, 23 Feb 2010 09:34 GMT
May your green dot keep surging westwards !!
We're all willing favourable winds and continued safe passage.
Nearly down to less than 3 figures to go !!
Take good care
Woody, Sue, Billy, Joe and Daisy.
Woody, 23 Feb 2010 09:10 GMT