Monthly Archives: November 2012

Keeping the blog live

Grandpa Tim writes: Even though communications are restricted during the Atlantic crossing, I am aiming to keep the blog live almost as if Rafiki was in home waters. Acting as the elderly go-between, I am copying all new messages put … Continue reading

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Tough but exhilarating start

Grandpa Tim writes: Below is the first posting from Rob and Cally since they set off. I guess that most followers will be either insanely jealous or greatly relieved that they opted not to venture into mid ocean in those … Continue reading

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They’re Off!

Grandpa Tim Adams writes: With nearly 3000 miles to go and two children on board, ┬áRob and Cally did not see much point in racing from the start. So they left a little later than most of the other boats, … Continue reading

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Last night before we cross

We are all ready and raring to go! The plan is to set off tomorrow morning (Tues), crossing the line a little after the official 11am start. (We’d rather start a few mins late than clonk the boat on the … Continue reading

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Cooking for the freezer pre-Atlantic crossing

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Our fresh fruit and veg

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Emily, Isabel and James

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