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Old 06-19-2014, 09:25 PM   #17795
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X 2 It's a beautiful spot!
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Old 06-19-2014, 09:38 PM   #17796
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Okay Sarah where's the bacon on that fire? You have a tradition to keep up!
It was a "marshmallow zone."


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To heck with the bacon.... I want a canoe on that water.... Really nice....
It is beautiful, COLD and very fast moving. The campground guy said it is the 2nd fastest flowing river in the US. (Of course I have no way of confirming. ) We saw 2 kayaks go by and they were movin'!


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Looks as one has a slight 'water hazard' to get to the MH.
That's only if we wanted to visit the "neighbors".


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Nice spot Sarah!
It's a beautiful campground, Les. It's Priest Gulch on the Dolores River.
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Old 06-19-2014, 09:48 PM   #17797
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You got me salivating.... Making them tonight to go with the sams rotiss chucken, my homemade tater salad, and my homemade SNICKERDOODLES..... And homemade sugar free ice cream for Larry.....

Diane is the original SFM........... ( Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!

C'n I come to dinner?

Made fresh redcurrant ice cream the other day, with a reduced amount of sugar. Mmm! It's Barbie pink! :0 The blackcurrants made a cordial -- yummy diluted with tonic water over ice.

More left to pick -- and no time! Leaving in the morning for the weekend rally.

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Hi Sarah - thanks for your concern. The bone doctor says it's fully fused now and I just have to undergo more therapy. I'm sorry but the onion ring party's over - we've run out of them. Now getting ready to go to our FMCA chapter rally near Knoxville IL. That's always fun. It will also be the first outing of our new toad behind the rig.

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Onion ring makin's are going into the Rig tonight, and you can join us tomorrow up in Knoxville IL for summa dem rings. A rally is on!

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Have fun, Sue. The rings look delicious!!
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Thanks for your service. Tie Dye does something to the spirit I think. I know the bright colors make me happy... The Jacquard kit will do about 8 adult size Ts with rainbow colors... probably the best way to start. The kit even has a DVD that shows simple ties and the spiral rainbow.
I spent 9 delightful days at Disney World in March 2013. To commemorate the trip I bought one of their shirts with a tie dye background. I wore it today because you reminded me I had it, thanks!

Hey, if any of you STMs plan to go to WDW between October and April, let me know. I have friends there that love to show others what Disney magic is all about. They showed me around and it was truly an amazing adventure.

They buy season passes, and go whenever they can, but they excell at giving novice Mousekteers the royal tour. They even took my power wheelchair home at night and kept it charged. (That was during the old rotten knees days.) Not once did I look at a park map, get lost or consult a timetable. They know all the tricks and shortcuts.
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I spent 9 delightful days at Disney World in March 2013. To commemorate the trip I bought one of their shirts with a tie dye background. I wore it today because you reminded me I had it, thanks!

Hey, if any of you STMs plan to go to WDW between October and April, let me know. I have friends there that love to show others what Disney magic is all about. They showed me around and it was truly an amazing adventure.

They buy season passes, and go whenever they can, but they excell at giving novice Mousekteers the royal tour. They even took my power wheelchair home at night and kept it charged. (That was during the old rotten knees days.) Not once did I look at a park map, get lost or consult a timetable. They know all the tricks and shortcuts.
Who's the leader of the band that's made for you and me....?
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Old 06-20-2014, 12:40 AM   #17801
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Earth to Don and Sandee,
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Well here's the brief update. Back in the hospital. Went to the hospital to have my back look at. Dr. found my heart in a-fib. Later chest x-ray showed I have pneumonia.

My blood cultures show nothing terribly out of order. Sonogram of heart came back negative for infection around the heart. Will meet cardiologist tomorrow and good chance I'll be released with some meds. I am actually feeling better than I have for a couple days.
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Well here's the brief update. Back in the hospital. Went to the hospital to have my back look at. Dr. found my heart in a-fib. Later chest x-ray showed I have pneumonia.



My blood cultures show nothing terribly out of order. Sonogram of heart came back negative for infection around the heart. Will meet cardiologist tomorrow and good chance I'll be released with some meds. I am actually feeling better than I have for a couple days.

Thanks for the update.
Seems like the cause/effect has been isolated and you are on you way to real recovery. Ohms to you no matter what!
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Old 06-20-2014, 06:31 AM   #17803
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Don, glad to hear your on the mend.

Looks like tye dying will be a popular activity at next GC! Follow that up with a flower child party and we can show Dave what he missed!

Karaoke anyone! Singles, couples, groups! Start practicing now, some of us need it.
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Thanks for the update.
Seems like the cause/effect has been isolated and you are on you way to real recovery. Ohms to you no matter what!
It was kind of funny when the emergency room doctor was all prepping us for the heart issues that need to be checked. Later when she came back with a funny smile on her face and said, "Just got good news, you got pneumonia."

Guess it's a number one cause of a fib.

But now that I've had it, it's something to keep an eye on. The cardiologist will discuss the ramifications of whether this is an isolated situation or whether not I'm now more subject to suffering it. Time will tell.
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Well here's the brief update. Back in the hospital. Went to the hospital to have my back look at. Dr. found my heart in a-fib. Later chest x-ray showed I have pneumonia.



My blood cultures show nothing terribly out of order. Sonogram of heart came back negative for infection around the heart. Will meet cardiologist tomorrow and good chance I'll be released with some meds. I am actually feeling better than I have for a couple days.

Some sounds good, some not so good... Ohms..... But at least you are feeling better.... Be sure and tell Cardiologist about the stress you are in..... He needs to know that too.....


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Ok Don, and all you "ignore it and it will go away" people. This is one of those learning the hard way experiences. Don't mess around with your health. Imagine where Don would be now if he'd sought medical assistance when he first had symptoms. A temperature of 105* is not good for what brain cells we all have left now.

Waiting it out may have worked when you were young and had that Superman body, but we aren't as resilient now. PLEASE be more careful. I can only plant so many memorial trees.

Don, serious healing Ohmmmms headed your direction. Listen to Sandee and your doctors and get back into bike racing form ASAP. There's a shadow on your end of the rainbow. I'm ready to see it glowing again.
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For evermore your chest x-rays will have a shadow of a suspicious spot that will get mention by the docs. Since '74 I've had to re-educate various docs that did not look over my records before going into orbit over my chest x-ray.

Great that you are mending and getting shot with the best chemistry. Takes a while for the "tired" feeling to go away after a bout with pneumonia.
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Thanks! Not really best customer just a repeat customer. No. I get either Jacquard tie dye kits (because they have the applicator bottles) or I get Procion Fiber reactive dye from Dharma Trading. They are "cold" water dyes so they don't require hot water like Rit does. They require urea and super washing soda... and 24 hours set time to get the best color (or you can nuke it for a minute or two in the microwave.) I typically get Yellow, Magenta and Turquoise along with Black. The purple, orange, green is a result of on fabric mixing, though you can mix a bottle of dye if you want.
Oooo....when we do the next GC, I'll remember to bring you a batch of dye stuff I bought from DTC awhile back and never used. You are welcome to it. Or it could get contributed to a GC class? That would be fun...
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