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Monday, 26 November 2012Wisconsin

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<br/><b><p> Begone thy evil D-N-F !!!! <br/></b> <p>Out and About for the first time since my surgery on the 8Th of Nov. Still have to take it easy. Walking is OK. A brisk and invigorating walk. I thought that I'd take a short cut. Well , all I can say is " Thank you Mr. Gore "(NOT Al). That Ice is still not ready to walk on and I ended up with wet pant legs, but still had dry feet.<p> Sheesh, I really know better. I start my search. Still nothing. Look, Look, Look. Then. . . . . Ah so . . . . . There it is. I could swear that I looked there before. Ah Well. TN, LN, SL. TFTC. On to home for dry pants. <b><p> Huzzah !!!!</b>

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