Saturday, January 17, 2009

Day 17, Part 2: Paul's Position


For those having trouble managing Paul's Event Tracker, here (courtesy of Google Earth) is his position and destination as he begins Day 17 (click on map to enlarge).


9 comments:

Dan said...

Nice progress! Extra bonus G&Ts if you can make your way across the Atlantic in a straight line like that map shows.

Chris McNickle said...

Paul,

I finally figured out how to leave a comment on your blog (I think).

You are making great progress.
Fred says if you ride the 25 foot waves without a sea anchor you will go much faster. He says that while sitting in the den near the fireplace with no chance to get wet, so take it for what it is worth.

Row hard.

Chris & Fred

Marlene McElligott said...

What about a beard update picture? Since water has been an issue I am assuming there isn't much washing going on. That should keep the sharks away! Love, Marlene

L said...

Wow! You are an inspiration as to the toughness we can all endure. Your cause is a great one.

I was a member of CTK until my husband and family moved to Texas. Your mother was a great person. Keep up the good work.

I will be sharing your travels with my 5th grade Social Studies classes. Boy would I love to have you come speak to them.

Heather Miglets
Arlington, Texas

K-Rock and #1 Wild Bill said...

Hi Buddy - Think ahead, not in the moment. In the moment are scrapes, aches & pains - ahead is your goal & the conquering of this challenge. As you can see from the blog comments,your story is spreading, support is overwhelming, the foundation account is growing daily.That's what it's all about - well, that and about you being amazing. Wish you were here to shovel the snow off Lincoln Ave - now that would give you something to complain about. We are pulling for you all day, every day. xxoo-

Anonymous said...

Paul,
I read your blog every day after football practice. It gives me extra motivation. Look forward to sharing a drink with you at Sports Bar when you return to Binghamton.


Mish

Anonymous said...

hey paul...glad you're doing well.
what kind of sat kit are you using to view website and receive messages? i am interested for my row later this year from portugal to Antigua and want to know what works well. thinking and praying for you.
Gary Moore

Anonymous said...

Paul,

It's incredibly amazing what you're doing - keep up the great work. Your Mom would be very very proud.

One to keep you thinking. If the yankees buy every player they have for more than they're worth, do they deserve to win?

Anonymous said...

Paul i just wanted to you know that green and black do not match!!! can't wait to play poker w/ you and your friends soon

Diane from room 203