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Whatever is next needs to begin with a 3 week lookback from this thread. Not a month ago, you could barely make it to a deer stand. Now, you schlepped meet in and outa the truck and climbed 4 flights of stairs. Folks talk about baby steps when recovering from chemo and cancer. The last month you have made leaps forward. What's next is truly unknown for all of us, but based on the last month, I'd wanna make sure I included long walks in the woods.

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Great success story thanks for posting👍


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What to do after deer season? Start planning and prepareing for Next Deer Season! It will be here in a year! Glad you beat it!


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Congrats man !

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You had a good season this year,goals were met.

Now is the time for planning next years trip.

Also you might think about spring turkey or just going there to make thing better or just going to camp to get away for peace and quiet.

It does a body good.

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You came a long way this year. Best of luck to you next year.


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Good for you. God less you

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When used properly stubbornness is an admirable trait.

Congrats Shaman.


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You can't calm the storm ~ You can calm yourself.

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Glad you've done well, Shaman. And a get well to kyhillchick!

Maybe duck season?


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Originally Posted by KYFRED
Whatever is next needs to begin with a 3 week lookback from this thread. Not a month ago, you could barely make it to a deer stand. Now, you schlepped meet in and outa the truck and climbed 4 flights of stairs. Folks talk about baby steps when recovering from chemo and cancer. The last month you have made leaps forward. What's next is truly unknown for all of us, but based on the last month, I'd wanna make sure I included long walks in the woods.

Thanks for noticing.

Funny you should mention that. I had a teleconference call with the Cancer Survivor's Clinic today. The lady they had interviewing me was stunned at what all I could do. Outside of the neuropathy in my hands and feet, I'm basically back to normal. I still have stamina issues, but that seems to get better the more I do. She'd figured from the notes that I'd still be stuck in the recliner.

I really wish I could take long walks in the woods, but I can't feel my feet. Getting off the path is a real fustercluck still. She said that may go away given time.


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Congratulations on your deer season! You've had quite a year.


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As I've said, I know it's not the Transmitter. It's the receiver; I just haven't been feeling the Holy Spirit much in this process. I'm not worried. It'll come back.

So I'm going through the pics we took as we were leaving deer camp, and I found something. Sunday AM was rain and wind from before midnight until mid-afternoon. Nobody went out, because it was so miserable. In the midst of getting packed up to leave, we got a respite of an hour or so. The rain stopped. The sun came out and this:

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I was in the bedroom stuffing gear in duffle bags. I was a bit late to the show but managed to snap a few pics. The arc went from just downhill from the front porch to just over the curing shed. We could see both ends for a bit. I was too busy to pay it much attention, but I'm looking at that now and. . .yikes.

Sometimes it takes 4 days and a baseball bat to get the message through the receiver, but it gets through.


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great to hear youfoughtrhru and won!


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