Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty). Live streaming video at http://ustre.am/TM8N
Glad to see you home.
GLAD YOUR HOME ALIVE.
Boy oh boy, there's something wrong with that picture. Glad you made it home o.k. Better home than somewhere else I guess. The older men alone around here no matter how disabled they are want to stay in their homes. Well, some major inconvenience (matter of attitude) for a few months will be worth it for the sake of a healthy rest of your life. And this too will pass and be over soon. There are no major deals today that can't be handled with God. It certainly seems you should have some home help.
Glad to hear you're home. I also see you're sporting the yellow socks. I guess they had you on the morphine.
How in the world are you going to handle everything there that needs to be done. Are you possibly able to hire someone to come and stay there. Possibly someone with a Motorhome?
Can you farm all your critters out for a few months. You are going to have your hands full just taking care of yourself. Get well soon.
Get better so you can go out and try to do it again, or have you learned your lesson (grin).
Glad you are home John. Too bad the wood stove did not get hooked up before you had your accident. It sure would be nice to sit next to it with a good book when you can't get about all that easy. Hope you mend soon. Best wishes from Michael in Maine.
There is no place like home. Glad you are back in yours. May you have a speedy recovery.
No place like home.
Glad you are back home John. Take care and a speedy recovery!
I'm hoping your neighbors can fix up a temporary ramp for your wheels ... and help with the chores & water transfers that you don't have automated.Makin it to the outhouse is a challenge right now. ~Eric
Welcome home! Great to see you back in your normal surroundings.
That photo put a big smile on my face. Are you thinking what I'd be thinking,nothing beats me ? Won't be easy,anything worthwhile never is. Just another obstacle and character exercise........
Glad to be home. But it's going to be tough for a bit. How thing's going to go?
Good to see you home John. I'm sure you'll figure out a routine that works for your current situation. There's a bunch of us who wish we were closer so we could help out. Looks like you're going to have plenty to blog about in the upcoming days. Take care.
Welcome back. Great to see ya on the porch again. Gonna need someone to build you a lil ramp there i see
God looks after those who love him!
Glad you are home. Let us know how you plan for help and such. Yes where's the ramp?
a ramp and a golf cart type vehicle and/or one of those mobility scooters.John is not going to sit in that building 24/7 - he's going to move around but he needs to do it in a way to not re-injure himself.
Hi John, Horrible pics by the way. Hope you heal quickly. were you alone when this happened? How did you get to help? My step grand-daughter had to be air lifted from Landsdown to Fairfax. The flight was only 12 minutes. The final bill came to more than 25,000 for the air lift. They had incredible insurance. I'd be screwed if that happened to me. I'm glad your back home.
Glad to see you are home again John! Hope the leg heals fast!
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