Cannot wait to get back into my RV to move down the road some more !
But in the meantime, I am recouping from wrist surgery in the Granite State. With dense woods, quiet roads to walk, streams to meander and waterfalls within earshot, it doesn’t get much better.
My cast will come off and the stitches will be removed next week, Then I can begin the rehab and use of my new metal parts. I’ll be grabbing my steering wheel like “Jaws”.
When you are attended-to the way I am, by my daughter Andrea, it makes this whole episode a lot less harrowing.
The surgeons have been great and the entire staff at The New England Baptist Hospital has been friendly and cheerful. A truly remarkable experience all the way through from last December when I first learned of the possibility of relief.
I had a capacious single room with bath, and a room service menu to choose from. Four pages of really good selections for every meal…and breakfast all day! This was not at the Ritz Carleton, downtown, but at NEBH Room 554 !
I had a wonderful view of the Boston skyline, however, from atop Parker Hill. Andrea and I have had some memorable times in The Hub, though less auspicious ,and we will probably have more before I get back on a flight to resume my RV lifestyle and travels.