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Monday, May 15, 2017

a small pic post

Good morning.
 Not a lot going on, so here's a few pics......

Took this from our patio. Craig thinks it's the replacement for the B-52. It was a huge plane with 4 engines on the wings and flying real slow. At least compared to all the other planes we see.
When we bought the house, we had to sign a form stating that we were told our house is in the flight path for Nellis Air force Base. Didn't bother us since back in Michigan, we lived near an airport. Usually we see all sorts of small jets. Mostly fighter jets I guess. Usually in groups of 2-4. Sometimes in a formation, other times just one after the other. And always very loud. But this big guy wasn't loud at all. Pretty quiet actually. But we like watching all the different planes going over.
Next pic I used my zoom on the camera, and I again cropped the pic trying to get it closer.
It's a mommy Humming Bird feeding a baby. They were on the tree in the neighbors yard. We see the mommy every day as she visits our flowering bushes. We've seen more hummers here than back in Mi.
And here's a WARNING!
The next pic is of Craig's stitched finger.
So leave now if that sort of thing makes you queasy.
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This pic was taken last Friday at his weekly post op check. They almost took the stitches out but decided to wait one more week. This pic is 16 days after surgery.
He's making pretty good progress. He can almost curl the finger all the way to the palm. Once the swelling completely goes down and the stitches are out, I think he'll be doing real well. He's doing physical therapy twice a week. and home exercises every 2 hours during the day.
Well that's all I have to say for now.

1 comment:

  1. Hi guys. I use to be in the Air Force. From the under shot, that does look like a B-52. some are still flying, but as a bomber, it was replaced years ago. Being you are near Ellis, you likely can see the stealth B1 in the air. Here is a link to photos and includes a photo of the B-52. https://www.google.com/search?q=b1+bomber&rlz=1C1APWK_enUS689US689&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjF69PLoPLTAhWCwiYKHQiuDO4QiR4IpQE&biw=1540&bih=730

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