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Peter Connan

And from me too. Hope it is completely successful!

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Galana

Thoughts and good wishes go with you Bach. Keep your camera charged and by you when convalescing. You just never can tell.

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Zim Girl

Good luck and best wishes for the back operation. Hope it is a success.

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michael-ibk

All the best from me as well Dave!

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Tdgraves

Good luck, not that you’ll need it....

 

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PeterHG

Add my wishes to all those before me. Best of luck and speedy recovery, Dave.

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Dave Williams

That's it done then! Back home within 24 hours of the op and not feeling too bad at the moment but told it will get worse before it gets better as my spine starts to heal where they have cut away the bone.:wacko:.

Can't do much for 6 weeks, nothing strenuous for 3 months. Perfect to bide my time with a slow walk around our local reserve though!!

 

My special thanks go to @Galana who was thoughtful enough to send me a good luck card on behalf of all the BY contributors. What a lovely gesture.What a lovely group we are.

 

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Peter Connan

Glad to hear it Dave. Hope they are wrong about the worse bit!

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Glad to hear it went well Dave - just taking it steady to let it heal properly.

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michael-ibk

We are lovely? I don't want to be a member of a "lovely" group. ;):P

 

Glad to hear it went well, I hope your recovery will be speedy and painfree.

 

 

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Dave, you are on a fast lane to full recovery! Slow walks are great. Just leave the heavy lens at home.

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Galana
54 minutes ago, michael-ibk said:

We are lovely?

Don't worry. It is Ok to use that in English idiom. Highly pleasing / enjoyable which I think we are.

@Dave Williamsbach.  Good to hear it went well and you are home again. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

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Zim Girl

Wow, that was quick. Here's hoping your recovery is equally as speedy.

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Kitsafari

I've been out of ST action for many weeks, so missed sending thou good wishes.  Instead I'm sending you Get Well and Speedy and Full recovery greetings. 

Glad to hear the up went smoothly though i doubt it was a pleasant experience.  No doubt it will give others a chance to catch up with your count! Take care and rest well. 

Psst @Galana thank you for thinking of us while you were thinking of Dave. 

Seeing some of those nasty bullying stuff out there, it is heartwarming to find such a lovely (yes Michael, lovely) bunch of people here. 

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Galana

@Dave WilliamsDai bach. You have miscounted boyo! Flamingo and Short Toed Lark both down as 372.

Step up one.

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Galana

@Dave WilliamsDai bach. You have miscounted boyo! Flamingo and Short Toed Lark both down as 372.

Step up one.

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Dave Williams

@Galana So you are making a determined effort to catch me up then Fred!!!!! 

 

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Galana

@Dave Williams

No, I was offering a helping hand to  a friend in need. You are now on 373 but sadly have been overtaken for Bronze by @Tdgraveswith 380.

I am a determined chap but lingering on 359 but I do have a cunning plan to reach my target of 500.

 

No idea how that post went on twice

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Tdgraves
8 hours ago, Galana said:

@Dave Williams

No, I was offering a helping hand to  a friend in need. You are now on 373 but sadly have been overtaken for Bronze by @Tdgraveswith 380.

I am a determined chap but lingering on 359 but I do have a cunning plan to reach my target of 500.

 

No idea how that post went on twice

 

Better step it up then @Galana as I have more to come....

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Tdgraves
33 minutes ago, xelas said:

Do I hear footsteps behind my back :ph34r:?!

 

Only very faint ones @xelas ;)

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Galana
1 hour ago, xelas said:

Do I hear footsteps behind my back :ph34r:?!

Two skills that both Leopards and Impalas have in common is soft footfalls.

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Dave Williams

I have a thick shell so I'm not bothered what's going on around me!

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Dave Williams
On 11/19/2018 at 10:12 PM, Galana said:

@Dave WilliamsDai bach. You have miscounted boyo! Flamingo and Short Toed Lark both down as 372.

Step up one.

 

 

@GalanaOpen season on editing so that's up to date now, thanks for spotting my error Fred!

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