FIRE FIGHTER CYCLE
My next journey (on land) will be very picturesque, from January to April 2019, follow here for pics and updates.
This is Ben Lacompte he is swimming around the world. In 1998 he crossed the Atlantic Ocean. During his 73-day, 3,716-mile (5,980 km; 3,229 nmi) journey, Lecomte was accompanied by a 40-foot (12 m) sailboat that had an electromagnetic field for 25 ft (7.6 m) to ward off sharks. Now he is swimming the Pacific Ocean 8,900 km from Tokyo to San Francisco. He has been stopped twice by tyhoons. After 6 months he just crawled up on a beach in Hawaii this week to spend Christmas on land.. The Atlantic was for cancer charity the Pacific is raise awareness of excessive human garbage polluting the world's oceans.He sees plastic he says every few km.. He swims about 40 miles per day which is father than the English Channel. Below is his website you can follow this amazing man on his final push to San Francisco. http://benlecomte.com/
Makes my Alcatraz and Vancouver Island swim seem like childs play!~
I am a fire captain and cancer survivor.
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