A short bus ride from the airport bought the crew to Ocean village, the Southamton home […]
Yes its a Monster, a 70 foot carbon fiber Monster!!   Its fast and apparently a […]
I often get asked, so whats next?, where you off to this time? and recently the […]
Once upon a time I was a wannabe mountaineer, with a poster of Everest on my […]
Over the previous few days the tide had played a big part in my progress and […]
The South and West coast were all somewhat familiar to me and I was always in […]
Being awakened by rain on the tent is one thing, being awakened by rain on you […]
After a hectic few days which has included a few hundred miles on the roads around […]
Last night I had to practice the skills I hope not to have to use on […]
This time 2 weeks it will be the eve of the start and there will be […]
Today marks the one month to go for the start of my next big adventure and […]
The past few weeks have been frantic, after a great few days of catching up chilling out and sleeping in Barbados we flew home to a fantastic welcome in Dublin airport. It was quite surreal to have so many family and friends awaiting my arrival in the terminal. It was fantastic to see everybody and I really appreciate the effort they all went to to travel all the way to Dublin.
March 11th  – Mike and the crew of the Sara G have landed safe and happy […]
Hi All, Mike Talks about the roller coaster 48 hours they have had on the Sara G. He sounds very positive and upbeat about the fact that they will be with family and friends before the week is out. If you haven't done so already, don't forget to Donate!
Hi Folks, What a Huge Day! The Sara G Broke 5000kms distance travelled. They have (as of yesterday) only 275 nautical miles, so 500km to go now!! The first arrivals of the welcome party will touch down in Barbados tomorrow (the easy way, by plane!) with the rest not far behind within the following few days. Tick Tock... not far to go now!
Mike talks in depth about his weight issues. He discusses the percentage of body fat he has and the fact that his heart rate is super human. Some of us here believe that possibly Mike and the crew have rowed through some sort of force field and that they no longer have human blood in their veins. We will have to wait a few days to see! (Only joking of course)
Mike Jones talks about activities on the Sara G.
Mikes latest Podcast from the Sara G. On a side note, things appear to be going […]
So the Sara G is getting ever closer to Barbados! Less than 1000 miles to go now. Mike talks about a busy few days aboard the Sara G in his latest podcast
Mike talks about what he misses most from home as well as answering other questions about life on board the Sara G.
News updates live from the Sara G. Podcast live from the Sara G on Day 37 […]