Monthly Archives: March 2011

If Not Now Then When?

…is a phrase I hold onto to help me stay committed to the race when other great offers an opportunities come along to tempting me not to sail.  I also re-read this, by Nadine Stair (85), recently which just re-inforced for me … Continue reading

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My First Week At Sea

Level 1 ‘Less of a learning curve and more of a vertical wall’ is a very fitting description  for my level 1 training.  On the Friday my brain was still trying to process everything I had learnt on Tuesday far … Continue reading

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In For A Penny

  Many people have asked me ‘why are you doing the whole race, why not just do one or two legs?’ Well, without wanting to get too deep… I’ve been brought up believing that if you’re going to do something … Continue reading

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My First Blog

Writing that title feels like another in a series of firsts that generally happen in childhood… ‘my first tooth’, ‘my first day at school’, ‘my first boyfriend’ (Colin Scott, in case you are           interested!) Like … Continue reading

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