And so we reach (at least temporarily) the end of a chapter.

Vic and I have had enormous fun over the last 9 months doing the Adventure Podcast. I am immensely proud of what we have achieved, and delighted to have shared this journey with you. But now it is time for us to take a break.

Vic has a super-hectic summer, acting as shore agent for 80 ships coming through Kristiansand between now and October.

And I am also busy, getting a new business off the ground, which is going to take up all my time and energy. I love to do things wholeheartedly, and so I am (so to speak) clearing the decks to allow me to focus on this new project.

So we took the tough, but correct, decision to take a break from the Adventure Podcast – hopefully not forever, but certainly for now.

We would like to say a huge thank you to the wonderful guests who have shared their time with us, and who have made me (at the very least) consider anew what is possible.

And also to you, our beloved listeners, who have shared your appreciation of our guests and have written in to share your own perspectives – and sometimes even ended up as guests on our show.

Farewell for now
Farewell for now

And on a personal note, I would like to thank Producer Vic for doing such an amazing job, being there as the strong but silent tower of strength behind this podcast. You mostly won’t have been aware of his contribution, but this podcast could not have happened without his unwavering support.

As so many adventurers who over the years have faced a temporary parting of the ways, I hope that absence will make the heart grow fonder, rather than out of sight and out of mind.

Hasta luego, amigos!

 

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Au revoir!

10 Comments

  • It has been a wonderful ride, Roz. Thanks for all you do and for letting landlubbers have a front row seat to your adventures. <3

    • You are most welcome!

      We’re still assessing the viability of the project. Hard to say how long that will take, so thanks for your patience. 🙂

  • BRAVO and thanks Vic!..and BRAVO and thanks Roz!…and a third BRAVO to all the very interesting adventurers that have taken the time to share such interesting times. I would like to pre order a Roz water resistant pad 🙂
    David C

  • Hi Roz, After listening to almost all the podcasts I feel like I know you well enough to call you Roz. I see that you are stopping the podcast for now. To be honest, I am very bummed. I love, love, love your podcasts.

    In fact, today is the first day of my new big adventure, I have created my new business. The Adventure podcast has been my anchor for the last few weeks as I have been preparing for this move. Well, you were there when I most needed you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Let me know if you ever need help securing sponsorship, that is my specialty. Best, USA Jeff

    • Hi USA Jeff – so happy to know that you loved our podcast. I am glad that it has inspired you in your own adventure in entrepreneurship, and wish you all the best with your new business. It would certainly help us to restart the podcast at a future point if we could secure sponsorship, so I will follow up with you on that offline. Thank you!

  • Hello Roz Savage: I too am unfulfilled with an Office job in Houston, Texas. I am 48 yrs old, but in average shape. How can I train to be an Ocean Rower? I would love to one day Row with you. I heard your Story on NPR. When I saw how cute you were, it was just icing on the cake. You are an amazing person. I hope one day to be as brave and inspiring as you. Living in the Moment & Love for all Living Things. Byron from Houston.

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