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Re: 2018 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

Hats off the the surgical team of GBMC - Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Made my surgery Tuesday go as smoothly as possible. Kind, professional, and caring people. You never know how you will react, but I got anxious when I was there in the AM. I am home ( went home that afternoon) and am off the oxycodone. That stuff really wacks you. I’m sore but my wife , whose a nurse , says I am stRting to act ornery, so she knows I am returning to normal. The removed a piece of spine, also removed my disc which had hardened due to repeated injury and was pressing on the nerve. Today took a small walk like a teetering old man outside. Recovery expected to be 4 weeks. Promise not to give a report ...lol. Hopefully back on the boat in 4 weeks in better shape.Thanks to all who PM me .


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