Wife retired after 37 years of work only to find weeks before she had breast cancer. Lucky it was caught early and she should be ok. Just haven't haven't had my mind on completing the truck since. So if you can it is best to see if you cna get your wives to get checked. I will be walking in an Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. The foundation appreciates any amount. If you like to donate go to www.avonwalk.org Don't know how many men are in the walk but I figured what the hell. On a team called "Go Country 105" Carey .
Thought I'd have the truck finished this year but I just a little set back.
1995 F-350 PSD XLT CC/LB >250k miles...AirLift 5000 rear bags, excellent!
Replaced water pump, steering pump & AC comp just prior to or via failure.
I roadrace a 125GP bike..haul it with a huge truck & a 20' 5500# trailer...whee!
It's looking better: replaced fender, front bumper & hood hinges.
-- pulling a 20' trailer and 1997 Honda RS125
Thanks to all of you. The best thing you can do is to try and get lyour spoluse to catch it early. It is surprising homw many young women are in the Doctors office. They say it is starting to attaack youger men and women.
Well I guess all the prayers and best wishes helped out. After waiting a week for the final pathology lab report from her surgery it came back very good. Looks likeeverything was removed tha contained cancer. We've been sitting around a week thinking more surgery would be required. Not the case.
P.S. Even went to the upholsterer and he says he will have my seat completed Monday. So now I'll get back on it.
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