We did our introductions. Then we had a discussion about What are we sure about We where certain that it’s happening We are certain something needs to be done That being part of a collective is a good thing It’s depressing We are certain that the government is not doing enough It will be poorerContinue reading “Carbon college”
We went on the wheelchair challenge but the challenge was getting there more than the actual challenge. But it was good fun
———- Forwarded message ———From: Emma Davies <firstname.lastname@example.org>Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2018 at 12:41Subject: Blog for Voyage TNS510A 12th September to 15th SeptemberTo: Caroline barr <email@example.com> Hi Caroline I hope you had a good weekend. I spoke to you last week regarding the blog you had written for your voyage on Tenacious on the ship’s laptop. I askedContinue reading “Tenacious”
Did so much more for me than Introduce me to sailing and gave me the confidence to travel and more importantly book holidays by myself. The world is before me. Oh and Peter s demonstration of folding a fitted sheet was just great!
After my Tenacious 4 days of no sleep etc. I’m waiting until Monday!
My summary of trip in photography. My bunk These are my watch card for my first voyage on board the Tenacious.
Well I went up the rigging. With support from the wonderful Micheal (I know that is not how you spell his name) and the tremendous Hannah and Micheal Fourman on my rope. It was actually easier than I thought it would be. One foot after the other you can only go up. I rationalised itContinue reading “Tenacious”
The third day was just a normal day. With happy hour more training none of which I remember. I think the more able amongst us climbed the rigging. Dates and stuff like that is a bit of a blur. I was truly exhausted by this time. blue steel
The second day was a bit of a haze of exhaustion safety talks getting to know people. Peter Me climbing the bloody stairs Tony’s babes Michael’s birthday. There was wine in the tumblers! Tony and Myself Me with the ropes watching for things to bang into.
On that night watch Ben and our watch we had to set a sail! Which wasn’t easy as we hadn’t even been up that end of the ship. The lift which I was using by this time, decided to attack me by nocking me on the head. The sail got changed we pulled on ropesContinue reading “Tenacious London To Portsmouth”
This was my first view of her. It took my breath away. At this point I was feeling sick, needed the toilet, and quite frankly I was pooping my pants. This is my worried face. I don’t do travel. Because I find the unknown really difficult. Turning 50 this year and having a life limitingContinue reading “Tenacious”