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A FREERAILER WHO COULD USE SOME CHEERING UP
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 Posted: Tue Sep 27th, 2016 09:21 pm
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My thanks to Bob (Comerford), Willliam & Forrest for your kind thoughts. I was questioned as to where I was working possibly because of 'Elf & Safety Regs (I was well beyond current 'safe working' height) but ironically I was doing a job for us at home (can't be penalised for that).

Jose - me ? mischief ?? Sorry, wrong person.

Regards, Michael

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 Posted: Wed Sep 28th, 2016 04:46 am
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Jose - me ? mischief ?? Sorry, wrong person.

Now I'm REALLY scared...

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 Posted: Fri Sep 30th, 2016 12:44 am
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Hi Michael,
Hope you are continuing to mend OK with no new setbacks, now that you are "accustomed to" hospital food.

Any idea when they are turning you loose? If I know hospitals at all, they're going to want that bed that you are lying on soon for some other person who falls off a ladder/prangs a car/loses a fight with a chainsaw/etc



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Speedy recovery, use this time well. I suggest binge watching YouTube videos, or maybe if you have Netflix over there you could check out Slow TV, they have full videos of entire train rides, or at least the originals were - some like 8 hours long. Netflix might have edited some down, not sure:
http://lifehacker.com/netflixs-new-slow-tv-shows-are-meditative-and-chill-1785811246

Scott

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 Posted: Fri Sep 30th, 2016 02:34 am
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Michaels P.C is from the cold-war era !

He can only tune in to the Kremlin & the old BBC-TV black & white service !

:moose:

Si.

We'll drag him kicking & screaming into the 21st century !!



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 Posted: Fri Sep 30th, 2016 08:01 pm
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Hello John,

I've been back home for a few days now but not yet able to move arms, ribcage etc. much so no access to the modelling shop; very frustrating. starting physio exercises next week. Great trees !, excellent bark streaking.

Thanks Scott, your 'train ride' link sort of works, jerkily but a
cab view from a Norwegian electric isn't very gripping.

regards, michael

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 Posted: Fri Oct 7th, 2016 11:06 pm
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Hi Michael :wave:

Hope you're doing OK
Plenty of railroad books to look at handy !
If not able to work at the bench yet...
...you can keep up the rivet-counting at least !

;)

Si.



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Hi Michael,
Someone else wants to know whether you survived the first week of physio? :2t: or :td:
Look after those fragmented ribs...



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I'm recovering well but my broken bones have conspired to wake me up tonight and I can't get back to sleep so I thought I'd annoy everybody else with a flurry of FR posts.

Cheers, soon be Christmas. Michael

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 Posted: Mon Nov 14th, 2016 07:39 am
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Michael, you can post flurries any time you want. Take care and get back to work!

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