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sorry about that i am around dealing with foot and doctors things are so so i might lose a toe or two in the next few days so i have been dealing with a lot, also since i am layed up at the moment i am studying for my c.d.l. permit so with a little luck things will be going good again soon. lol never thought i would be dealing with things like this but it could be worse.
i do want to thank you for your concren, it means more than you know!!
wow i got a load off of my mind let me tell ya all. went to the doctors yesterday and i dodge a big bullet. the foot is healing better and should be good as new with in the next two months, can you say major relife, so once out of the doctors i went to the dmv to take the permit tests for the cdl.with air endorsment. and i passed!!
so yesterday was a great day for me!!
I'm very glad to hear that your foot is healing well. The thought of you loosing a couple of toes as a result of your hiking adventure was a bit undoing! It's great news that you're gonna be okay. Now you can planning for the next big outdoor adventure.
OSC: Glad to hear everything is going to heal up okay!. However, I am a bit puzzled: You decide to hike the Appalachian trail, come home with injuries. That part I got. But, if you needed to go get a Class A CDL for the next trip, exactly how big and heavy was your backpack??