Problems of Old Age.

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Problems of Old Age.

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I am off to the local hospital today for surgery to relieve my sufferings (hopefully) so with a bit of luck I shall be out and about this year, and looking forward to seeing old (and young) friends again.

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Hope all goes according to plan and get well soon Bob
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i hope were going to get photos on all the corners

hopefully not to much of leaving the track

good luck Bob
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Good luck Bob and best wishes for a full recovery
May all the photos be happy ones
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Yes, good luck Bob.
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I have spoken to Bob on the telephone this morning from his hospital bed. =D>

He is in good spirits and says that the operation has taken place and he hopes to return home later today. \:D/

He thanks everyone for their good wishes. He had a call this morning from a car enthusiast in Australia who he met on the Ten tenths forum. :OO:
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Take care Bob... hope the recovery is swift, full and painless! [-o<
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Thanks for the update Mary.

Look forward to catching up again soon Bob.

Take care and look after yourself.

Cheers

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Success Bob. They will help you the best possible way!

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Several of the posts seem almost genuine.
Thank you all for your kind messages, I had the plastic removed today and I'm feeling good, no problems except a little tender where you don't want it to be, so here's to a speedy return to normal, Sorry about that Jack. :(

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That's great news Bob. \:D/

Keep taking the tablets!!
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Have now passed my plumbing MOT, and will be improving on a daily basis. Still a bit tender in action, but it has knocked 50 years off my life in one respect, I feel about 30. Worth all of the misery, and pain.

Thank you for your kind thoughts during my trials, and tribulations. look forward to standing beside a few race tracks this year.

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Excellent news Bob, good to know that you are fixed!
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What excellent news.

Get well soon Bob.

Cheers,

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well done Bob.
How high can you reach now?
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