Was great meeting you yesterday and looking forward to following your progress. It’s awesome to meet people who invest so much of their personal time and resources into such a selfless venture.
Wishing you all the best.
Michael Werle – Motorcycle Enthusiast
I understand what Bruce has on his mind. He wants to understand and honour the good things of life by living fully. Along the way it is good to re-direct the intensity of our personal ambition to other worthy charitable causes.
It takes a certain audacity to take a step forward and away from your comfort zone. One cannot develop and grow by living in comfort. We all have to learn to see with his eyes and dare to dream and live.
In the depths of your arduous adventure, Bruce, when you feel loneliness, monotony, isolation and maybe sometimes despair, I wish you great happiness and success!
Focus, reach deep within yourself and God Speed.
Ripley Davenport – Desert Explorer
This looks like a great challenge, good luck with your training in the up and coming months and glad to see the snow of the past week hasn’t put you off.
Ed McKeever – World and European Sprint Kayak Champion
Of all the mad dog challenges out there, this one ticks several boxes. The far north of Scotland, out in the Atlantic as the last storms of winter tear the surface from the sea, in a boat smaller than my bath tub. But as Shackleton said, ‘Difficulties are just things to overcome, after all.’ I dont know any one else that could do it but I know you will. Good on you Bruce and strength to those elbows.
Ed Wardle – Film Maker and Adventurer
Your wee trip has certainly gathered wheels and is rolling along quite the thing. Well Done!. Keep pushing. If it is possible then I do believe that you are the one to make it happen, so reach forward. Important. Reach with open hands. One thing not to forget though Bruce………… Your a truck driver.
Calum McNicol– Director of Adventure, Arran Adventure Company