Richard Smurthwaite's Guestbook
Private Message added 2006-01-28
|Message||Good Luck on your last leg!! I hope the winds are in your favor and that land is soon on the horizon!!|
|Message||you must need your bumps felt, but don't worry I know a good psychiatric nurse. As a retired Turkish Knight it was good to see someone else getting the suppository. I have the dubious honour of being seasick on board HMS Victory, so I have no idea how you are feeling. Very best wishes from me, and from Lyn. See you when you get back.|
|Message||I was looking for some inspirational quotes to help you along. This is what I came up with.|
"Some men see things as they are and ask why. Others dream things that never were and ask why not."
George Bernard Shaw
"A sure cure for seasickness is to sit under a tree !" Spike Milligan
The third quarter is always the hardest - the last quarter the best. Good news Richard; you're nearly at the last quarter!
What a party we'll have!!!
Janet, Jonathan, Tristram and Maddy
Following your fasinating journey...
May you stay awake (when you need to be)
find the strength to do all that needs doing
as you go forward with your dream.
Christine sent us an e-mail to signal the start of your adventure and we've been tracking your progress ever since. Great to see how well you are doing despite the exhaustion! We know that your family are rightly very proud of what you are doing and it's great to see someone achieve a lifetime's ambition. Very best of luck for the rest of the race - may the winds be with you!
Trevor and Debbie Hall, Worcestershire
|Message||Hi Richard, I see that you have already completed half the distance, good luck & fair winds for the other.|
|Message||Fantastic stuff Richard. Tracking you most days.|
Steve Joel Owen and Henry
|Message||You must be buggered by now ... keep it up old sausage!|
|Message||I think that sailing across the Atlantic is a very extreme measure in order to evade playing St George in the Mummers play|
Watching your progress