Saturday Mar 31 11:58 AM
I'm not good with names, so I can't remember the name of the second guy from the right, but he has just finished rowing, that's right, rowing across the Pacific Ocean. It was 8000 miles of work and took him 9 months to do it.
That's a lot of work for me to forget his name.
You'd have to really like rowing, and it would still get old after the first week. And I can't say I admire this guy. The pair who flew around the world non-stop, now that I admire. This guy is not an exercise in conquest, technology, or wealth as much as just overcoming boredom.
Monday Apr 23 05:42 PM
Jim Shekhdar, 54, from London rowed from Peru to Brisbane, Australia. The distance was closer to 9,000 mi., and it took 9 months. For more information, see http://www.oceanrowing.com.
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