Thursday, October 4, 2012

Not Going to be Snowbirds This Winter

Peculiar MO (Conditions HIGH 66 Thunderstorms late LOW 52)

We are going to be birds in the snow :-(

It is both a good thing and a bad thing to see Doctors. The bad thing is that they may find something wrong; the good thing is that this time it can be fixed. Bob saw a couple of Doctors while we are in the Kansas City area and will now have two surgeries. With the recovery times we will be spending the entire winter in the Kansas City area.

With the first surgery in mid-October we are now concentrating on getting our fresh water hose winterized, looking to rent a large propane tank since Bob will be unable to lift the 30 pound tanks into place, and other things so Jo will only have to worry about being Bob's caregiver.

So we probably will not be blogging much for a while although we do plan on trying to read the many blogs we follow. We will appreciate all your prayers while Bob is recuperating..

Till next time,

Bob and Jo


  1. I am so sorry to hear this. You definitely have my prayers for Bob's speedy recovery and for peace for Jo through this. This seems to have been a hard year for our men. Please let us know how Bob is doing once in awhile. Listen to your doctors and behave yourself. We will miss you.

  2. We will be keeping you in our thoughts for the upcoming surgeries. Take care and if possible enjoy the snow:)

  3. My thoughts will be with you and Bob this winter. I hope his recovery is a swift one. :)

  4. Sorry to hear that. We will be spending our first winter just up the road from you at Basswood RV park.

  5. Welcome to the club. Sandy is recuperating from the last of three surgeries, and I still have a hip replacement to go. Looks like the winter of 2012-13 is not one we all wish to repeat, do we? We pray your issues are not too serious and that you will have a speedy recovery. Don't forget to post once in a while; your blog is one of our favorites. (We're foodies, too.)

  6. So very sorry to hear the news. We will say a prayer for each of the surgeries. We will miss your blog. Please keep us updated on Bob's progress.