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Old 03-25-2019, 05:37 PM   #81047
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I'm sorry to say but I won't be able to make this gathering. It's back north for me for a week
Dang Carl. Sorry to hear that but sometimes w0#k still gets in the way. See you in Texas

BTW, I'm feeling about 70% normal now.(whatever normal is for me). Still doing my breathing treatments with the nebulizer. Avoiding large crowds for awhile. Not a good idea to get a bad cold with my lungs as they are.
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Old 03-25-2019, 06:20 PM   #81048
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Old 03-25-2019, 06:56 PM   #81049
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Dang Carl. Sorry to hear that but sometimes w0#k still gets in the way. See you in Texas



BTW, I'm feeling about 70% normal now.(whatever normal is for me). Still doing my breathing treatments with the nebulizer. Avoiding large crowds for awhile. Not a good idea to get a bad cold with my lungs as they are.


Totally agree.... warm sunshine, no people.... germs are everywhere.... we love you so much that we do not want to see you... i have a sore throat, might be allergy, but I was with 5 kids last week..
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Old 03-25-2019, 08:59 PM   #81050
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Totally agree.... warm sunshine, no people.... germs are everywhere.... we love you so much that we do not want to see you... i have a sore throat, might be allergy, but I was with 5 kids last week..
And cook/eat at home! There always seems to be some association with me eating out and then getting a cold (not often, but when I get sick, I try to figure out why).
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Old 03-26-2019, 08:42 AM   #81052
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Good to hear from you! Will we get to lay eyes on you 2 before the OPH in Champaign?
We will be leaving Yuma this Saturday and should be back to Champaign around April 15th. Not really looking forward to the mid April weather. LOL

Sandee's dad is in hospice treatment for his lung cancer. It is early and he was doing well until last week when he may have gotten the flu. Obviously, any major illness not related to the cancer will still have unwelcome potentials to exacerbate things.

Our plans will be to remain in Champaign until as late as the beginning of October. Lots of time for OPH and Oishi's.
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We will be leaving Yuma this Saturday and should be back to Champaign around April 15th. Not really looking forward to the mid April weather. LOL

Sandee's dad is in hospice treatment for his lung cancer. It is early and he was doing well until last week when he may have gotten the flu. Obviously, any major illness not related to the cancer will still have unwelcome potentials to exacerbate things.

Our plans will be to remain in Champaign until as late as the beginning of October. Lots of time for OPH and Oishi's.
You two travel safe and hopefully we will be able to get together along the road again. It was a pleasure meeting Sandee and yourself in person after all these years. Ohms for your father in law.
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Old 03-26-2019, 10:18 AM   #81054
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Dang Carl. Sorry to hear that but sometimes w0#k still gets in the way. See you in Texas

BTW, I'm feeling about 70% normal now.(whatever normal is for me). Still doing my breathing treatments with the nebulizer. Avoiding large crowds for awhile. Not a good idea to get a bad cold with my lungs as they are.
Hey dude, take good care of yourself. Texas is not a long way off and we need a goof-off coordinator.
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We will be leaving Yuma this Saturday and should be back to Champaign around April 15th. Not really looking forward to the mid April weather. LOL

Sandee's dad is in hospice treatment for his lung cancer. It is early and he was doing well until last week when he may have gotten the flu. Obviously, any major illness not related to the cancer will still have unwelcome potentials to exacerbate things.

Our plans will be to remain in Champaign until as late as the beginning of October. Lots of time for OPH and Oishi's.
I'm sorry to hear Sandee's dad is having difficulty. It musr be hard on Sandee too, to see her dad ill. We'd love to have seen you sooner, but understand that family comes first. Ommms for Dad & the whole family.

Looking forward to OPH & Oishi w/ y'all!
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We will be leaving Yuma this Saturday and should be back to Champaign around April 15th. Not really looking forward to the mid April weather. LOL



Sandee's dad is in hospice treatment for his lung cancer. It is early and he was doing well until last week when he may have gotten the flu. Obviously, any major illness not related to the cancer will still have unwelcome potentials to exacerbate things.



Our plans will be to remain in Champaign until as late as the beginning of October. Lots of time for OPH and Oishi's.


Don, please let Sandee know that we care about her, and send RV Mutant Ohms and prayers for her and her father.
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Old 03-26-2019, 08:33 PM   #81058
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I left a large container of purple carrots growing at my DD's place when I left Seattle last fall. She promised to send pictures when they were harvested. That means they probably havenít been harvested or they didnít survive the 22Ē snow storm in January. One of these days Iíll remember to ask.
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Headed further along the road to the GC tomorrow AM. Next stop Benson,AZ.
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Carol and I were talking about stopping in Benson after we leave Yuma. Only problem is their pull throughs are listed at 50 feet and we're pushing 60 with the trailer. She's going to call to see if they can work something out with us, otherwise it's back to Tucson for a stopover instead...
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