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Old 12-30-2020, 04:14 PM   #87529
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YES to all 8 paragraphs!

We like especially no. 7, we are campers, not mechanics. If we have to start fixing things ourselves, we might as well start our own repair business. Small 'patch up' items are okay, everything else: Nope!

Keep it simple. Worked for us for almost 2 decades.


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YES to all 8 paragraphs!

We like especially no. 7, we are campers, not mechanics. If we have to start fixing things ourselves, we might as well start our own repair business. Small 'patch up' items are okay, everything else: Nope!

Keep it simple. Worked for us for almost 2 decades.


Happy Camping!


Well that’s certainly interesting. Wonder what they’re talking about?
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Old 12-30-2020, 07:42 PM   #87531
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Well that’s certainly interesting. Wonder what they’re talking about?
I don't even know what I am talking about most the time.
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Old 12-30-2020, 07:44 PM   #87532
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Old 12-30-2020, 08:42 PM   #87533
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Hi everyone, I haven't posted in a while,.
We heard from Sue Cutter today. Martin went in for colonoscopy and they found had to do more surgery. They removed them, and he is doing fine,.
I know she would like some Ohmms, so reach out if you can or repeat this post.

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Old 12-30-2020, 09:21 PM   #87534
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Hi everyone, I haven't posted in a while,.
We heard from Sue Cutter today. Martin went in for colonoscopy and they found had to do more surgery. They removed them, and he is doing fine,.
I know she would like some Ohmms, so reach out if you can or repeat this post.

Thanks Dave Davis
Thanks Dave for passing that along to us. Good to hear from you, hope everything going well for y’all!
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Old 12-30-2020, 10:21 PM   #87535
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Turbohms for you Martin to recover quickly!
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Martin, RVMdom wishes you a smooth recovery, and a ton of Ohms are heading your way!

And Happy New Year!

(Sue, tie him down so he gets better!)

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Thanks for your good thoughts everyone. The surgeon performed a left colectomy last Monday to remove about a foot of the colon containing the single cancerous polyp. That must have been missed by the colonoscopy done about nine years ago. There were no other polyps present. So, I lie here now with with a very painful gut and connected by a catheter to a collection bottle. Surgeon tells me I'm doing well and should be out of here in a few more days. I've just now started a clear liquid diet. There wont be much activity in the next few weeks, except perhaps for supervision of our new 11.7kw solar array.
Happy new year everyone and stay safe!
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Thanks for your good thoughts everyone. The surgeon performed a left colectomy last Monday to remove about a foot of the colon containing the single cancerous polyp. That must have been missed by the colonoscopy done about nine years ago. There were no other polyps present. So, I lie here now with with a very painful gut and connected by a catheter to a collection bottle. Surgeon tells me I'm doing well and should be out of here in a few more days. I've just now started a clear liquid diet. There wont be much activity in the next few weeks, except perhaps for supervision of our new 11.7kw solar array.
Happy new year everyone and stay safe!
If you would like I can recommend a single malt or two for your new all liquid diet diet.

I'm happy the prognosis is so good.

Keep us apprised of the results of your solar array. I for one am interested.

Happy New Year to You Two Too,
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Well travel restrictions may be lifting. Price went up here over 40˘ a gallon for gas here yesterday. Fuel companies always know of important issues well before the general public.
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Thanks for your good thoughts everyone. The surgeon performed a left colectomy last Monday to remove about a foot of the colon containing the single cancerous polyp. That must have been missed by the colonoscopy done about nine years ago. There were no other polyps present. So, I lie here now with with a very painful gut and connected by a catheter to a collection bottle. Surgeon tells me I'm doing well and should be out of here in a few more days. I've just now started a clear liquid diet. There wont be much activity in the next few weeks, except perhaps for supervision of our new 11.7kw solar array.
Happy new year everyone and stay safe!
Praise the Lord. Wish you well. Happy New Year. (How couldn't 2021 beat 2020?? ezzypezzy for that to happen)
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Happy New Year All
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Happy New Year All
So, can we go to bed now?
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