Sunday, July 14, 2013

Almost there...

Position: 53'24°N, 10'28°W

Reporting in from 16 miles south-west of Cliften, 34 miles south-west of
Old Head and 10,600 miles north-west of Auckland. Ahead of us we can see
the familiar outline of Croagh Patrick as we sail along on a lovely
sunny day.

Excitement is building on board. ETA at Old Head between 7pm and 9pm.

16 comments:

  1. Oh wow, can't wait to see ye tonight, safe sailing to Mayo. Suze xxx

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  2. Excitement is high here in Louisburgh! See you this evening - Marian G :)

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  3. Its like waiting for the Olympics or Mayo in the All Ireland Final you love watching the Match but ya love the buildup too. I love reading yere posts Myles and Eithne fair play ta ye ye are keeping us pure excited!!! And WHAT KIND A WEATHER to come home to youd never dream it in your life!! Ye are blessed guys!!! See ye in Old Head later I cant decide will I take a picture from Cross / Roonagh or The Head at Oldhead or I may just stand on the wall by the Pier I hope the Heneghans down there have chairs out for us but I may go to the Terrace to watch ye arrive!!!! LOTS OF LOVE
    Aileen Mc Duck

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  4. Even Freya is excited!!!!
    Dermo

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  5. Any more updates on your ETA?

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  6. Fantastic news, looking forward to seeing you!
    Horst and Evie

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  7. Welcome home. Fantastic achievement. Anne Mc Cabe Old Head.

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  8. Congrats guys.. thinking of you in KL. Can't wait to see you xoxo

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  9. This is so exciting!! Congratulations guys!

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  10. Woohoooo! Congrats fellas, what a way to celebrate Bastille Day :-)

    I'm thrilled for you both!

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  11. Ah wish I could be there..Congrats big sis & Bro in law... enjoy the celebrations... Aoife xx

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  12. Many congratulations on your achievement. Have a wonderful homecoming. This experience will live with you forever.
    Fair Winds wherever you go.
    Chris & Elsie

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  13. Congratulations you two! It sounds like you had quite the homecoming in Louisburgh - the whole town(land!) and his dog out to greet you! Be lovely to see those photos. Looking forward to seeing you next weekend, en famille. x

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  14. Big congratulations from your cousin Susan of the Corcaigh Heneghans, it has been great fun following your blog.

    Hope you have a wonderful welcome tonight xxx

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  15. Congratulations lads, can't wait to hear about the emotional disembark and the Friends and Family who were there to give you the much deserved hugs and support you so deserve. Wish we could have been there. XXXX

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  16. Wonderful following you all the way on your blog. Amazing, congrats to the pair of you ! Despite all the difficulties you have done so well... Such an emotional time your arrival. I'll never forget the date, my brother David G's (Boathaven) birthday ! Couldn't be there, a shame. Enjoy terra ferma, family and friends. (Landlocked Maggy in Switzerland)

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