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Not been well 2 months 1 week ago #463519

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This is just a update .......... Had a long spell in the hospital came out thought i was on the mend then in september 2018 i started with a ulcer on my right leg near my ankle and it went into the bone and nerve and all together had about 6 it was very severe painful on bed rest for 15 weeks .
After getting the dream car we decided to try towing a caravan again so we thought hiring would be the best way just in case i found it to tiring and it was a no go .....
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Not been well 2 months 1 week ago #463546

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Sorry to hear of this Beachball. Hope things pick up for you.
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May the wind be always at your back.....
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Not been well 2 months 1 week ago #463547

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Hi Beachball, not a good story. Very sorry to hear you have been so ill. Hopefully you are on the turn for the better.
Have you thought, dare I say it on here, a hire motor home? One for the spring or autumn Woosiefest maybe. Stay well mate. :)
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Not been well 2 months 1 week ago #463558

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Hi Dustydog We thought we would try towing a caravan if i cannot do it .....
That would be another option ....
Motor home it would have to be a Automatic (and maybe tow my wife car on the back for getting about)
Once again thankyou for help in this matter ...
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Not been well 2 months 4 days ago #463866

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Hi Beachball
hope you bounce back for this alright.

Sorry, but laughter is the best medicine. B)

The hiring solution is a very good suggestion, but hire a caravan, dont become a traitor B)
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(Im a caravanner - if it aint broke -it will be tomorrow.)
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Not been well 2 weeks 18 hours ago #466433

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Sorry to hear your news and hope things improve. Have you thought about a seasonal?
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