Tonight (it is 2.15am as I write this) is the last night I can enjoy the comfort of my own bed for a couple of months. A pity then that there is no chance I will complete my To-Do list and get any sleep tonight.
So I will keep this brief.
I am off to row across the Atlantic Ocean. I will be back home in early March. I decided not to schedule any blog posts to cover the time I am away.
Instead I have set up a system to post blog entries remotely from the ocean. I will probably write these roughly every four days. I will also leave audio updates via our satellite phone. There is, of course, a good chance that the Atlantic Ocean may not permit this tomfoolery! But I shall try my best…
If you want to read the thoughts of my three team mates or see our latest position on a map then please also visit transatlantic2012.com. (Also dip in if new content stops appearing here.)
I’m also trying to raise £1 per mile for Hope and Homes for Children and I’d love your support!
Please Text OBUL72 £5 to 70070 or visit www.justgiving.com/
That leads me, finally, to say that although I’m away rowing the Atlantic, the Night Of Adventure series is carrying on. The next London event is in February, hosted by the enigmatic Dave Cornthwaite. I hope you will go along if you are in London: http://bit.ly/w4fCAA