Sharing an adventure

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Sharing an adventure

by Dodgerblue on Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:08 AM

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Hello all,

  I just wanted to share my trail journal link as I'm heading back out on the Appalachian Trial to hike the remaining 689 miles I didn't complete last year.  Hope you enjoy, see you in August.

Dodger

http://www.trailjournals.com/freemanben/

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by katbaran on Tue Jun 20, 2017 04:43 PM

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Best wishes on your journey!

Kathy

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by Hd8906 on Wed Jun 21, 2017 12:39 AM

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Enjoy your trek!  I've sent you a private message, Dodger.

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by debz3j on Wed Jun 21, 2017 01:29 PM

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Hoping you have a wonderful journey with great weather too!

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by alibro2003 on Thu Jun 22, 2017 09:09 PM

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Hi Dodger,

Have a great time, what a fantastic adventure!!

Alison

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by number9 on Wed Jun 28, 2017 06:49 PM

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DODGER!  Sooo many with you in spirit!!!!!!!!! 

1FIFOTO... 1 Foot In Front Of The Other... keep it moving forward :)

ON YOU GO!

With a wink & a smile (and a HELL YEAH too!!),

number9

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by vwxyz on Tue Feb 06, 2018 05:30 AM

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Since this is the last entry with you and your family's picture I could see, I must say I am glad to see you still doing as well as you are.  

I bumped into a good friend of mine who went through surgery for stage 4 brain cancer at Beth Isreal.  I do not know what type cancer yet, but they did not get it all .  The tumor covered his entire right side of his head from front to back.  He has gone through radiation tretments after surgery in OCT., 2017 and presently his facial coloring is good, looking healthy.  He has been signed off to drive a car, and he is not dizzy.  I cant help but think he might be a long term survivor. I dont know. This beast never plays fair.  ***I am posting because I would like to know what is new in the approach to fight this cancer on a higher level than when my son was treated.  Does a well paying Insurance make a difference in type of immediate treatment like immune therapy or the vaccine or perhaps something else.  With my son, I am left with wondering why they did not start him off with immune therapy.  Both standard and immune treatments can be rough on the body, but the immune system would have been sustained with immune therapy.  Some patients have just a one shot at this to fight it, while others have more strength.   

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by vwxyz on Thu Feb 22, 2018 03:41 PM

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It is something I and my family have wanted to do.  Congratulations.  Job well done.  Jan

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