Visits to date
- 154,274 hits
- Lavonne’s 80th Birthday Bash February 14, 2023
- Christmas 2022 December 27, 2022
- Those Working Days (…that I do not miss!) December 4, 2022
- 2022 Family Gatherings at Craig’s Castle August 29, 2022
- Oregon or Bust! July 17, 2022
- June, 2022 – To Denver and Beyond! June 13, 2022
- Search for Sunshine 2022 February 28, 2022
- Christmas in January 2022 January 22, 2022
- Christmas 2021 – Again Held Hostage by Covid! December 24, 2021
- Thanksgiving Family Gathering, 2021 November 27, 2021
- To Denver and Beyond – Sept-Oct 2021 September 27, 2021
- To Oregon and Beyond! August 5, 2021
- Boats I Have Loved
- Cecil the Diesel
- Fishin' with "FishTracker" Rich
- Fishin' with "Stockton" Willie
- Fishin' with "Sturgeon" John
- Fishin' with M'Boy!
- Fishin' with ol' buddy Al
- Fishing + RVing = Comfort
- Fishing How To
- Fishing Humble Files
- Fishing Kokanee
- Fishing Overnight on the Water
- Fishing Salmon
- Fishing Striped Bass
- Fishing Sturgeon
- Fishing Trout
- I Love Trucks!
- Life After Fishing
- Photos (Fabulous!)
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- Travel: Craig's Castle
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- Travel: Oregon
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Oregon or Bust!
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Dear Fishwisher, Very glad to know you are now safely home. I have enjoyed reading of your travels since seeing your humorous remarks on Arcamax. Knew something happened when your story ended abruptly. Best wishes for your continued healing, and may you and your “dear wifey” be able to continue your happy adventures in the future.
Please pardon my tardy reply, but thank you for your very kind note. It was good to hear from you. It’s now been over a week since the heart attack, and I’m feeling pretty good, although I’m still pretty weak. This one was a pretty tough one. The thought of ending my RVing has crossed my mind because I’d hate to be in the middle of nowhere when a heart attack hit. But for now, I’m not considering that. So far, I’m still having fun.
Thanks again for your visit – I really appreciate your kind words.
Oh Dear God, Dale! Today is Aug. 15th and I just now remembered to finish up your blog! I had no idea!
I’m so happy that everything turned out to be alright! I often have to remind myself to check my email accounts. I know that stents are easily put in and usually they do it in the morning and out by quitting time. Jim has one and that’s how his went. They went throught his wrist to the clogged up artery on the outside of his heart. He, too, felt so much better after.
The best part about yours? YOU WERE AT HOME WHEN IT HAPPENED!
I hope you continue to have good health now that number 9 is in. I don’t think that I know anyone who has that many. You best stick to your diet even if on the road! LOL
Take care, Dale, and say hello to LaVonne.
Sandy and Jim Aerts
Hi Sandy & Jim –
Thanks for the good wishes. This latest heart issue was tougher than the past ones. It seems that it will limit my RVing to lower elevations, which would eliminate travels to Denver and even Oregon. I’m not sure just what I’m going to do – perhaps one of those units that make oxygen out of the air would work. Time will tell.
I once did a google search for most stents, and one fellow was mentioned that had 30 some stents. So I’m still in the minor leagues as stents go – and I hope to stay in the minors!
Thanks again for the note.