Despite the Rumors I am still alive

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  1. powerboatr

    powerboatr living well in Texas

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    Been away for awhile, still kicking and still driving the expedition. Bought a 2012 edge on valentines day to use as a toad for the bus. 2012, only 52k miles..still smells new
    reading some of the ol postsss. Lance the tractor, truck, bury ranch visit was hilarious.

    oh and funny...I broke my foot on turkey day weekend, missed a step and fell hard in the garage carrying a steak to the grill, saved the steak...but broke the limb.
    Also closed in the RV port...new doors and sides.
    great to read almost all the O.Gs are still alive and well.




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  2. DaveBen

    DaveBen SDD Senior Member

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    Hey powerboats glad to hear from you. I am still here but I got rid of my F-350 and got a 2006 Toyota Tacoma 2 WD. I love not climbing up into the truck and the smooth ride. I am 70 years old and a lot has changed in my life. I had 33 days of radiation treatment for a cancer growth on my right vocal cord. I am cancer free for now, but I go back to the cancer center for frequent check-ups.
     
  3. powerboatr

    powerboatr living well in Texas

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    ouch, cancer scares me. Outstanding your free of the vermin.
    I miss having the dually, but just have no use for a bug truck either anymore.

    old bones i guess to
    stay healthy
     
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    My whole thing started with a sore-ish throat. I watched for a few days and them made an appointment with an ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) doctor. He slid a medical camera down my nose and saw the "sore" on my vocal cord. That started it all. If ANYONE feels any sore that might be cancer, go see your doctor and tell them. Early detection is the KEY for ALL cancers.
     
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