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Old 02-05-2006, 06:39 PM   #1
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Well, The new 5er is getting warranty work performed until around March 15. I am not able to retrieve it when finished anyway. Jan 30 I had a surprise quadruple bypass operation. The plumbing work went well, but it will be six-ten weeks until I am allowed to drive the rig together. Anyway, you guys will likely get tired of me always hanging in here on the forums for the down-time.
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Well, The new 5er is getting warranty work performed until around March 15. I am not able to retrieve it when finished anyway. Jan 30 I had a surprise quadruple bypass operation. The plumbing work went well, but it will be six-ten weeks until I am allowed to drive the rig together. Anyway, you guys will likely get tired of me always hanging in here on the forums for the down-time.
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Old 02-05-2006, 07:32 PM   #3
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Ray--I'm really glad the operation went well! Hope you're feeling good, that's gotta be some recovery! Hope the 5er's work goes well also! Take care, sending get well and fast recovery wishes your way!! Christine
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Ray, sorrry to hear the you are down but glad to hear that you are on the mend. We too wish you a speedy recovery. I am sure we will survive you being here a lot. Actually we could probably use your help and glad to have it. Take care and do what you should.
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Old 02-06-2006, 05:51 AM   #5
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Hey Ray,glad you are ok. You'll probably come back stronger than before. Just do what doctors say. Always need advice on the forums.

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Ray, mind the Doctor and get ready to camp. Best wishes.

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Ray:

Gotta go with Ken's assessment- relax, enjoy getting back to good health, then put the pedal to the metal when you get the green light!

Hoping the best for your recovery!

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Keep up the spirit. Only a slight detour. Get well and on the road.
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RAY: Wishing you a speedy recovery and the ability to get back out on the road. I have been there and done that,twelve years ago. You will be much better off health wise for having it done.
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