Keep up the good work, you're doing awesome! what an epic journey, and one that will stand in the history books for sure. Not far to go now!!
Georgie Renshaw said:April 29, 2014 5:26 pm PST
Howdy Jason, We met you in Umbrella Point the other day sheltering from the North easterly you were very happy to plunge back into. Glad to see you made landfall at our lovely Kingston Beach. Safe travels for the rest of your trip and enjoy our beautiful East Coast when you head off again. Seb and I are very impressed with your endeavours and will continue to watch your travels. cheers Georgie R
Frank Pfab said:April 14, 2014 2:39 pm PST
I said hello to you near sloop rocks on the West coast of Tasmania on Sunday the 14.4.14 i took some pictures of you where i got the link to this Website, if you would like them i will send them through to your Email, cheers and good luck with your adventure.
Dennis King said:April 11, 2014 9:12 pm PST
Met you at Stokes Bay KI.....glad to see you made it to Tassie,well done.. What an...amazing achievement, always believed you,d succeed.
Keep it up
Regards Dennis and Janet
John Hansen said:March 20, 2014 9:17 pm PST
What an extremely courageous effort, hope all goes well with the ribs , and you complete all that you set out to do.cheers john hansen
Bec Lanigan said:March 19, 2014 7:50 pm PST
I check your website each day I'm in at ALI and am always so impressed by your progress. Pretty exciting that you've made it to Vic and hopefully on to Tassie!! Fingers crossed for a safe passage for you.
See you when the flakes start to fall I guess. Cheers, Bec
Kylie Thulborn said:March 15, 2014 8:03 pm PST
Inspired by Jason and his adventure. Great to meet Jason today in Warrnambool, Victoria as he was getting out of the water after a paddle from Port Fairy. Wishing you safe passage on the rest of your journey Jason and hope you get around the apple isle without too much weather.
James Ridder said:March 10, 2014 1:51 am PST
Jason, may your arms be strong, your vision long, your belly full and eyes open, not to mention your boat upright and seaworthy. Good on you mate, your doing a bloody marvellous job !!! Ridder
FOWLERS BAY ECO PARK - ALAN AND TRACEY said:February 21, 2014 2:30 pm PST
Hey Jason, hope all is well we look forward to hearing all the news when you finish your great expedition,
and "there is always a thickshake here with your name on it " Keep it upright !
Sue Armstrong said:February 4, 2014 4:45 pm PST
OUCH broken ribs, you must have a high pain threshold to keep paddling after that. Thinking of you awesome effort mate.
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