Roz Savage and 103 Days of Solitude


Roz Savage, the athlete who dropped her management consulting gig after 11 years in the field to, well, row across the Atlantic, is now traveling by land to discuss her aptly named book, Rowing the Atlantic. She’s even taking part in an adventure series for National Geographic in DC, but if you don’t live there, you can follow her goings-on, on land and open water, via Twitter. Savage seems totally insane, which 100-plus days of solitude probably does to a person, but her giddy drive to roam the planet is irresistible. Now we’ve just got to get her to join us on the way climbing Mt Kilimanjaro.


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