|Steak and blue cheese pastry with tea. Must be in England?|
Steve and Sue Hoffius were great post-op hosts in Charleston, but I wasn't much of a guest. I spent most of the time in bed.
|I've been screwed! Check out the new titanium spacer!|
|Angel Monument, live oaks and spanish moss in Bonaventure Cemetery|
|Camellias are everywhere!|
Chris and I are setting up a few local presentations in this area. The first will be Thursday, Feb 12 at the Savannah Kayak Company at 6 pm in the evening. Thanks, Nigel and Kristen!
|With Kristen and Nigel in their shop with GREAT gear!|
Once we find out how long I need to remain in the area for followup treatment, we can find out how fast we will be heading down the coast towards Guatemala. The expedition will continue as before with me stopping along the way to share the stories of the Safe Passage children. The only difference will be that, instead of sitting inside the kayak, I'll be sitting under the kayak, as it rides along on top of our car on the handy Yakima kayak rack.
We should know next week more about when I will be cleared to drive, to ride in a boat, to walk on uneven ground, etc. Kayaking of course will come much later.
Some local kayakers are offering to kayak sections of the route for me. Patito Amistoso likes that idea, as it would get him back out on the water much sooner.
Thanks everyone for the many messages of support!