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Point Mallard, Decatur, Alabama

1/18/18

Double Yuck

Adventure Location: Rockport, TX
Adventure Date: 1/18/2018

Well there he goes. The OFM is running low fever, headaches etc of an ordinary sinus virus. With the cold air and rain predicted for the next couple of days the Teams voted he shall take a few days off to beat back the attacker. With that in mind we will return when he recovers and can get out to have adventures again. Someone needs to take over the task of having tooooo much fun for a while. ZZZzzzzzzz

10 comments:

  1. No one can replace you, Barney. Get well and hurry back.

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    1. No human for sure but an old donkey with mange could come close.

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  2. Take care and recharge. It's warming up so no doubt there will future adventures of the Barney kind (some of the best ones blogged!). Thanks for letting us all know about them.

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  3. I hope you take this seriously and get plenty of rest, drink lots of fluids, etc. I guess the best thing is to stay away from people as best you can. Hope you are feeling better soon.

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  4. Good Grief! Rest and more Rest.....people dying everywhere from the flu.

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    1. This is not flu virus. The symptoms are not right for flu virus. Thank goodness.

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  5. Not much on giving or following advice but with that said; if you have experienced any shortness of breath go to ER. A friend from church health 55 yr old man tried to tuff out the “sinus virus “ (his exact words) he had Thanksgiving Day just release from hospital last Wednesday. He was on full life support and his organs were starting to fail. Thank God he pulled through. He still is in rehab 5x’s a week to try to build up his strength.
    My version lasted 2 1/2 weeks. Dr called it upper respiratory virus . Was not fun at all.
    Be well, be wise!

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    1. Thank you for your advice and caution. I am actually quite a bit better than yesterday.

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