Monday, June 17, 2013

Belated Happy Fathers Day, Deer!


                                        Father’s Day Sunrise               

Yesterday, for me was just another day, sitting around trying to make plans.  I hope that all the fathers had a wonderful day celebrating with their families in whatever ways they could.  I know that I sure do miss my Dad, even though he has been gone for a long time. 

Sandi and the kids came out to take me to the store, as I was running low on some things.  Today, she will be taking me to physical therapy.  I have been doing exercises using a pulley and cord system to gain more mobility.   They will probably give me more exercises today.  I try to do those at home periodically throughout the day.  If I get lazy, I feel the difference, so I do them. 

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When I got up yesterday, I actually saw a couple of deer in the reserve next to my site.  They spotted me and were gone and haven’t seen them since.  There seems to be some other animal that raids the Frisbee Feeders.  The rock that I use to weigh them down was moved and it was empty.  One of my neighbors, Travis said that it was probably a coyote.


Travis also helped me get “My Spot II” leveled.  It is so nice not having to walk uphill or downhill from one end or the other.  Thank You Travis.  He has also given me ideas on where to find a dinghy.  I am still searching.  Wish me luck in finding a small vehicle that I can flat tow behind the MH.

Well, I’ve got to get ready for PT, so I hope that you are all having a great week.

Thanks for visiting

IMG_0011 Nothing moving out there.

Susan and Angel


  1. Doing those PT exercises is a pain some times, but they sure help bring on good results.

  2. Recovery is a long slow process which can be so frustrating. But it sounds like you are working really hard and that's the best thing you can do. In a couple of months things will be so much better.

  3. Sounds like you are working hard on your PT. Good for you. The Honda Fit is very popular for towing 4 down. Easy to handle and drive as well. Good luck.