karstopo wrote:Ok were done. You're godfather wins!!! Lol. The sheer will and desire to overcome and persevere by some people sometime makes me feel so small while at the same time inspiring me to be so much more than I am. Color me impressed. I agree, old guys definitely rule!
Here’s my dad getting a nice redfish in my commander. He was 72 years old at the time. He wants a pedal kayak now. He’s currently 77. Had prostate cancer and his aortic valve replaced with a bovine valve this summer. Swims a mile now. Oh, had his hip replacement surgery about 15 years ahead of me in his 60’s. We are planning an antelope hunt together and there’s a pheasant trip on our horizon.
My godfather getting a redfish in my Tarpon. He was 77 at the time. He’s deadly with a bow and has taken multiple Elk and many deer in his 70’s with the bow and, BTW, has only one leg. No trouble for him to climb into a tree and put an arrow where it needs to be. Lost the other leg above the knee to cancer 40 plus years ago.
Old guys rule.
Tombo wrote:My fear is some of you will be referring to my age. I don't want to grow up.Hip replacement surgery was a breeze. Best thing I've ever done for myself. Zero complications and minimal short term pain, much less than what I was experiencing prior to the procedure. Went into it with some concerns about various things since I had never had surgery or been under anesthesia, but my concerns had no merit.
Got to go now, have an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon concerning my hip.
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