This blog was originally part of my round Britain Row website that's now moved here.
Thoughts about the row after being back for a few days.
I am home!
About the end of the row in Burnham on Crouch.
My brother Donald wrote a limerick and sparked an epidemic of dogerell.
Lionheart's last stop in Scotland and the last two weeks of the row.
With the row coming to an end it's time to think about going down to the pub.
About getting to Lochinver with five eighths of the row done.
Reflections on reaching the halfway point of the row.
About the routine at sea.
On the operation and utility of the Uriwell.
Pictures of Lionheart's weekend stop at St Ives.
About the challenges and the highlights of the first two weeks at sea.
News of Lionheart rounding Portland Bill; and also a story that is just coming to light about the departure from Burnham.
Pictures of Lionheart leaving Cowes.
Lionheart reached Cowes sunny Cowes on Friday 10 June (2017). This is about the (very lovely) people on board.
After a tremendous start high winds have forced Lionheart into Dover. Lesley and Laura are cycling to Littlehampton from where the row will continue.
Lionheart, with Lelsey on board, set off from Burnham on Crouch at 2pm on Saturday (3 June). Here are photos of the event.
A performance of "Lesley's Dream Row" - a new sea shanty by Salt, Water & Beer.
About two successes Lesley has had in spreading awareness of plastic pollution in the oceans.
A feature about me in Saga Magazine.
Whenever I am asked why I decided to do The Row, my standard reply is, "because ... I want to see if I can." This isn't quite true…
About my new friends the marine conservation charity Sea Changers. We are going to help each other and to do something about plastic pollution in the seas.
"Liberty" - the boat that I will be rowing around the coastline in next year.
I'm getting help from Progression Fitness both to get me fit and to raise money locally.
I put to sea for the first time in an ocean rowing boat.
The opportunity to join a round Britain row.