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November : 9th : 2010

Melissa Tipping

Hey Pete, i\'m meant to be in bed but I want to write this for you. GO PETE GO !
You\'re brilliant, come on Route Du Rhum.


November : 9th : 2010

Elliot Grange

Hi Pete,

its elliot here just wishing you the very best and good luck in your class, your doing really well and i hope you continue on your progress to number 1!! hope you enjoy your wine!

good luck, Elliot


November : 8th : 2010

Rowan Caunter

hi pete !!!!!
i see you havent got far to go so go for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


November : 8th : 2010

Jacques Grange

Come on Pete, it is wonderfull now you are on eleven position. It is great come on you can win.From Elliot's DAD.


November : 8th : 2010

Lucy

Come on Pete, it is wonderfull now you are on eleven position. It is great come on you can win.From Elliot's DAD.


November : 8th : 2010

Lilian Couch

You have been a constant source of respect and admiration Pete I sat on the river bank and watched team phillips grow , you were always a gentleman and had time for everyone. love you good fortune always x


November : 7th : 2010

Lewis Blackwell

hi pete hope you are having a safe ride i wish you luck go go go win


November : 7th : 2010

Alison MacDonald

Dear Pete - never heard of the Route du Rhum until last Thursday when we were in Dinan (near St Malo). Now really into tracking the race and wishing you well. I haven't sailed for over 20 years but am really getting back into the excitement. Take care and I hope the southern route proves the right choice. Give Madeira a wave for me on the way past - I have a timeshare there! Best of luck. Alison, Worcester Park.


November : 7th : 2010

Paul Moody

Ahoy Pete!Great to see you and DMS doing so well and glad your enjoying being out in the watery nivana.I reckon you made the right move heading south early!! In fact 80% of the inebreated sailing "experts" in my local think that was the best decision too!! Nice to be warmer sooner.It Will be an exciting finish for sure. Good luck and fair winds.


November : 7th : 2010

Imogen, Gillian and Sean Beer

Pete, I can't believe it's a week since we cheered you across the starting line! Great race so far, good to all the ups and downs. Keep up the spirit and the pace, hope to see you soon at Burraton School. Love, Imogen, Gillian and Sean Beer


November : 7th : 2010

Martin Gundry

Hi Pete, Just been reading the messages, and so much goodwill, affection and inspiration you generate. No surprise to me, I'm there in full measure. It's wonderful to read and almost touch, your excitement and challenge at being single-handed again and where you love to be.
All good speed and fortune. Martin


November : 7th : 2010

Lee Matthews

Watching your progress daily with envious eyes, hope you are safe well and good luck for the win!
Lee (TCC)


November : 7th : 2010

John Crosswaite

Hi Pete, thanks for the feedback reports en route, certinly gives us a taste, looks like you might gt a bit of payback in the next day or two. It was a treat to help Colin & Tom move the DMS around for the "official launch", and "Spirit" too. Quite some machines. All best to you and all the others for the rest of the trip. On behalf of Tamar River Sailing Club


November : 7th : 2010

Phil Simmonds

......: Hi Pete, I am enjoying reading your blog each day and our thoughts are with you for the race as we had porridge & rasins for breakfast. Also crawling about the back of the boat under the cockpit to fit the Speedwind regulator, dump resistors etc in the service space between transom and after cabin bulkhead. None of the racing boats fit a wind gen so assume it knocks off too much performance for you.
All the best, Phil


November : 7th : 2010

Gini Wells

Hi Pete,
I'm finding it very difficult to tear myself away from the trackers - the kids and I check in daily first thing in the morning before lessons begin! They are learning a lot about wind direction and pressure systems while they watch your progress and your blogs have really fired them up (hence several messages from them here!). Thanks for sharing the experience with us and making it so immediate and real.
We send you our very best wishes for continued good winds and fast sailing in the good ship DMS.
Gini (and Year 5 from Littletown Primary)


November : 7th : 2010

Martin Pryor

Mate,
It is awesome that technology allows me to see and hear you afloat out there in the 'oggin. The fact that you repeat how much you are ENJOYING yourself speaks volumes. Boat looks great, as do you. God speed.
Martin


November : 5th : 2010

Graham Finch

Following you with great interest on the Tracker and blogs, Pete. You look to be going great guns. Wishing you fair winds and good luck.


November : 5th : 2010

Stacey

Good morning Pete. Hope you come in the top ten...first in your class would be fantastic:) Wishing the weather to be on your side. No fireworks on the boat today! Just plain sailing west... Good luck and best wishes. Happy sailing:)


November : 5th : 2010

John and Jenny Iliff

Hello Pete-we live in France now, and watched the start(we tried to get to see you the day before but couldn't access the pontoon).Our thoughts are with you-allez vite!


November : 5th : 2010

Rod Halling

Hey Pete... up to 21st... If you keep moving through the fleet at this rate, you'll end up on the podium! Good luck with the weather routing! Cheers, Rod


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