Website replies (10/5)
If you’ve posted a message on the website then have a look for your reply below. These are written by Charlie on-board Blossom, before being sent to Shore Support (Gloucestershire) and posted here. If you’ve not found a reply, don’t worry – it’ll probably come in the next batch!
Mike Hands: thanks mate, still a long way to go…
Andy Newell: all ok thanks Andy. Non-stop rain and a bumpy ride today, lol
Ben Goss: bread making not possible here either Ben Hope aga is fixed
soon. Almost time to open envelope number 3…
Alfie Jeavons-Fellows: Thanks for your kind words Alfie. Hope you and Z are
well. Love to Mum & Dad.
Bertie Newman: Hmmm… you should have a chat with Claire. No pictures were
received Would be going twice as fast if “A” was on my cabin door! Team
Adonis boat sounds interesting… rowing a knackered gin palace down the
Thames… hmm… Cheers!
Jules Ward: Would be great to see you and CS-R at the end… Can’t promise
I will be able to utter words other than “gibble” though. Great to hear that
Army beat the Navy at Twickers! Next year I hope to make it, but I’m not
doing any dance offs at the Grand! You’re getting old, mint tea, yoga.. what
happened to GI Jules? Bottles owed? Crates methinks
Tim Mizen: Tim, I can’t believe that the HS&E noticeboard has been
desecrated with Pacific 2012! I can imagine it though, the morning espresso,
chinwagging before the day has to kick off… your comment had me in
stitches though, so thanks! Hope all well and please pass my regards to
all – less my noisy neighbour!
Dave Buchanan: Nice one mate, thank you very much! Trust you’re well.
Suzy Belcher: Back on track and heading east! Hooray!
Sharon: Thanks for your kind words. I’m not convinced I will ever have the
pleasure of a BCT, but I would gladly have a BLT sandwich right now! Cheers!
Alfie Jeavons-Fellows: Great to hear you and Zac have joined Worcester
Rowing Club – and more importantly, that you’re enjoying it. Excellent! Best
of luck with your GCSEs next week. At least when it’s all done, it will be
holidays Not great weather here today, but tomorrow’s another day.
James Cheesman: Hi Mate, all ok thanks. Bumpy day, high winds, high seas,
lots of rain… but I’m heading east, which is great! I hope Eliza doesn’t
ask you about Mermen… then you’re in trouble. How will you explain? Love
to all mate, Charlie
Heather: Thanks for your thoughtful words “To dare is to loose one’s footing
momentarily. To not dare is to lose oneself”. Excellent! Thank you.