Memories of Freedom
Back in 2015 I undertook my first long journey by windsurfer, around Britain. Here are the pictures and maps from the book - Long Standing Ambition - that followed. (Plus a few extra pictures - about 250 images total.)
The photos are in order and every few photos there is a map to roughly locate them. Thanks to those who took the contributed pictures, and those I met, some of whom feature in the gallery:
Please note that for the brief 5 day window that Amazon allows, the Kindle version of Long Standing Ambition is now a free download.
Hello Jono, is this available on Audible?
Hope you are well.
Sorry, but there is no audiobook. I think, probably, that the text relies on the maps being there, so probably it doesn't lend itself to that format... I hadn't considered this before though, so will sleep on it!
All the best.
That section through the Dover straits still gives me the chills... As does The Pentland Firth and Cape Wrath... and plenty others for that matter! (Lands End!!!)
I was given your book for Xmas, along with Shackleton's South. Both great reads about great efforts!
I dare say no one has windsurfed around Antarctica nor ever will because it sounds nightmarish.
Shacketon's journey is unfeasibly amazing and the book South is brilliant. It is very nice to be mentioned in the same paragraph, so thankyou for that!
As for windsurfing round (circumnavigating) Antarctica, that definitely hasn't been done. Maybe there have been some photoshoots done with Antarctic backdrops (though I hope not).