Nursing a back injury

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  1. wakejoe

    wakejoe
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  2. deadeye

    deadeye
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    If you are truly nursing a bad back why isnt there a cooler next to you? I see an extra chair so obviously the old lady was chaufering you around as to not agervate your condition so she should be offering service as the DD. You cannot truly be recouping without the adequate medicine in hand.....:p
     
  3. jmh119

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    I would say you have the right idea there. Wishing you a speedy recovery.
    BTW, where are you at in the pic?
     
  4. Brandon44647

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    Looks like Lake Farraday just outside of Estacada to me........
     
  5. wakejoe

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    Hahaha, surely I wouldn't want her to carry me AND the medicine. :thumbup:

    But I guess she could make trips. ... Anyone know where to buy pack-mule saddles?

    Bingo.

    Never fished before in my life, but I don't sit still well. So, I braved the pain (Of standing up), and suffered my way into a chair. Life is tough. :(
     
  6. wakeadrian

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    Don't give him any ideas!
     
  7. safooma

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    I send you my best wishes of a speedy recovery. Have you had surgery yet or know what is wrong?

    I am currently rehabbing from my latest(3rd) back surgery. I am now three weeks post-op.

    Back pain can be terrible and life disrupting. I hope it works out for you---for you and your family.
     

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