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Old 09-05-2020, 01:06 PM   #61
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I am grateful for your and the others concern, and I never even thought that I would be missed. I understand now that I was inconsiderate. i apologize. I had noticed an occasional poster who might get fussed and take his marbles and go home, then come back, then get annoyed again, etc and I felt that was not cool.
See, HaHa, these are the kind of posts we miss from you!

I took my marbles home one time here, then I lost my marbles and have been back ever since.
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Old 09-05-2020, 01:39 PM   #62
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Good to know you're ok. And glad you're back and hope you
post more often .Our gym is closed so I do my walking outside. No lifting weights since late February. DW and i are in the senior age group that is susceptible to Covid. So we follow the pandemic rules. Surely this virus will be over soon.
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How cool! Do you still have a flight of stairs to climb? I always wondered if that would become difficult or tedious later on in life.



I hope the unrest in Seattle has not kept you from walking places; I was thinking of you when reading the headlines about it a while back. From what I have heard, news stories have exaggerated the situation a bit.


Seattle has many good areas to walk, and mine is definitely one of them. I stay away from street problems, I am an old guy and even when I was young I was never a demonstrator. And hills? Plenty hills, and staircases. However, I get winded in San Francisco! One of my sons lives there, and that is hilly!
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post more often .Our gym is closed so I do my walking outside. No lifting weights since late February. DW and i are in the senior age group that is susceptible to Covid. So we follow the pandemic rules. Surely this virus will be over soon.


I really hope so, along with you.
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