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Old 01-03-2014, 10:27 PM   #9283
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Out of the hospital, in a hotel recovering. Finally I am out, but have to stick around another week or so with a pump attached to me feed antibiotics. No more visits for the holidays for this guy! Doing everything we can to get to the GC in CL!
Healing Ohhhmmmmms headed your way. Remember to smile: you'll heal faster! Glad to hear you're recovering.

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Old 01-03-2014, 11:58 PM   #9284
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For nosey posey Wayne... See I told yuh so, so there.
Let's see, 3 years in Pre-school, 3 years in kindergarten, 3 years in 1st grade, 3 years in 2nd grad, 3 years in 3rd grade (so you say). Just how old were you when you finally made it out of grade school.

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Originally Posted by huntnski Alright Herb and Wayne coming up early, looks like a firewood crew in the making, anyone know how to run a skidder or splitter? lol Actually I should have quit a bite of firewood to haul over already cut and split!

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Out of the hospital, in a hotel recovering.

Finally I am out, but have to stick around another week or so with a pump attached to me feed antibiotics. No more visits for the holidays for this guy!

Doing everything we can to get to the GC in CL!
The getting well and recovering sounds like a good plan, as does attending the GC. Ohooommmmm Ohoommmm!
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Old 01-04-2014, 12:50 AM   #9285
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Out of the hospital, in a hotel recovering.

Finally I am out, but have to stick around another week or so with a pump attached to me feed antibiotics. No more visits for the holidays for this guy!

Doing everything we can to get to the GC in CL!
Sincere wishes fora speedy recovery. Take it easy, smile a lot and just enjoy your time.
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Old 01-04-2014, 07:18 AM   #9286
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Out of the hospital, in a hotel recovering. Finally I am out, but have to stick around another week or so with a pump attached to me feed antibiotics. No more visits for the holidays for this guy! Doing everything we can to get to the GC in CL!
Pleased that things are better for you Dave. Deb gave me a heads-up on FB.

I know you are both anxious for some WARM in FL, and we hope there is an mini C op to hookup with youse and Jeff & Marcia after you get to Desert Trails. The folks will treat you real good there!

Nola says "hi" to both of you.

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Okay Muteys I just got an email from Cindy at Quachita whatever ( the zip line place) asking me to call her. Apparently she got my email from CL. Anyway I called her and we discussed at length her having a group of STM's come and zip across the tree tops. Here is what I learned:...

The options are 2,4, or 7 zip lines.
Price is $45/person for 2 zips, $65/person for 4 zips and $95/person for 7 zips. She offers a 10% discount for groups of 10 or more on the 4 and 7 zips only.

Now here is a catch..... They are open by appointment only because her guides have full time jobs elsewhere. She has asked that we try to schedule on either Sat. Or Tues. so she can have enough guides on hand to accommodate a group of 10 or more but I told her we wouldn't know for sure how many may participate until
right before....

Okay I'm done!
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I'm so glad that "someone in charge" called her because when I talked to her yesterday morning she didn't know anything about us coming. It was a suprise to her, so I suggested that she call CL. From talking to her I'm game for the first 2 lines, I think that any more and my hips might not let me get back to the top. One of the good thing about the first 2 lines is they go across the mtn instead of straight down. At first I thought they were in a straight line and we'd have to walk all the way back up, but they realized that couch potatoes couldn't walk that far with out an EMS partner so they laid the runs out across the mtn like a rough "V" sideways.

I've been talking to our neighbors about this and they think that we've lost some of our marbles. They don't realize that the bag already isn't full. You only go around once so ENJOY.

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I'm so glad that "someone in charge" called her because when I talked to her yesterday morning she didn't know anything about us coming. It was a suprise to her, so I suggested that she call CL. From talking to her I'm game for the first 2 lines, I think that any more and my hips might not let me get back to the top. One of the good thing about the first 2 lines is they go across the mtn instead of straight down. At first I thought they were in a straight line and we'd have to walk all the way back up, but they realized that couch potatoes couldn't walk that far with out an EMS partner so they laid the runs out across the mtn like a rough "V" sideways.

I've been talking to our neighbors about this and they think that we've lost some of our marbles. They don't realize that the bag already isn't full. You only go around once so ENJOY.

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With ya on the 2 zips... not sure I want to try to force myself to do more... might regret it. (1 zip is going to be exhilarating enough... 2 will surly satisfy my adrenaline junky that lives hidden inside ....)
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Mary says you better plan to do them all, you can always back out when you get there. We did 9 lines in CO this summer, great fun.

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Oh, Muties, we are not having fun. Our power has been off since 7am due to a substation fire, and baby, it's cold outside! We are boiling water on our gas range to keep the birdies warm, but it could be a very long night. The low tonight is 25. The forecast for Monday's low is -1. Think warm thoughts!
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Ohh, too cold for tropical birds. I wish i could offer you a solution but my only thoughts are the safe for inside heaters that burn kerosine. Kero-World Radiant Kerosene Heater | Canadian Tire

I have two that I use to heat up my shop when its cold outside and I am too lazy to light the airtight burner or I'm just going to be out there for a short time. I have no problem with them and always leave the big doors ajar a bit for fresh air. On the lowest setting it should keep the birds warm enough to be warm, not sure that they will stay healthy with the increased CO level.

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Has anyone heard from 4kids lately??
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Yay! Happy dance! 👣🎶💡 We have power! The almond croissants I had rising overnight are in the oven, and coffee is brewing. Ahhhh, and the heat is on. Eight birds, four dogs, three grandkids and two adults are a lot of critters to try to keep warm!
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Has anyone heard from 4kids lately??
I have PM'd her several times and no reply. I hope everything is ok with them. They live fairly close to the GC @ CL...
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On another note - went to Dr for blood work Monday - Thursday mid day - sick as a dog. Still down and just checking in.

DavDeb - glad you were released from hospital. Feel better and better every day!
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Oh, Muties, we are not having fun. Our power has been off since 7am due to a substation fire, and baby, it's cold outside! We are boiling water on our gas range to keep the birdies warm, but it could be a very long night. The low tonight is 25. The forecast for Monday's low is -1. Think warm thoughts!
No fun at all...have a generator you can run outside their room and run the cord through a window? What about your RV? Temp living quarters if this goes on too long?
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