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by OldCrow 6/1/2020, 9:27 am
@trolleydriver wrote:CC you have really done very well. We are all proud of you.@CapeCoddess wrote:7 weeks out from hip surgery. I walked a mile without the cane this morning and then got the front lawn mowed which is the hilly side of the house. Realized I need a new blade so the back of the house will have to wait until next week. Man, it feels good to be back in the saddle again!
Thank you, TD. Just shows what eating healthy food from a garden can do for us.
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