Dec 04, 2019

A bit of progress

I am no longer yelping out loud with each step.  I now only groaning about every five steps. Exercise and icing are helping along with using Voltaren.  Sadly I had a ticket to join several others tomorrow for a fashion show but I can’t go.  I just don’t have the confidence to keep my balance getting into and out of the lancha.  I am wobbly at the best of times.

Very early yesterday ( Tuesday ) morning, three RV’s drove right into our park here. Two of them were towing. It took a while to sort them all out, get unhooked and get them backed out and headed to RV2 where they belonged.  Unless you know where you are going when you come to Tres Amigos please wait out in the lane, walk in and check where your site is.

Colin took the Playa Sur lancha over to Mazataln yesterday to see an eye doctor.  I felt so badly, not being able to go with him for support.  Colin has had an irritation in one eye for several days and it was not going away.  Best to check it out.  Turns out that the cause was oily conjunctivitis.  Likely due to all the perspiration from our setting up and the extra humidity.  Two sets of  eyedrops should help that problem.

He also did some errands and grocery shopping so we will be able to eat well for the next few days.

Photos by Colin and blog put together by me.


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8 Responses to “A bit of progress”

  1. Deb says:

    Forward progress is good, even if it is slow.
    Next time those folks will know what they are doing and where they are going.
    Love the sunset photos. Keep on mending!!

  2. SandyM says:

    I really like the photo of the lone Panga at the edge of the water – how very peaceful. And then there are the photos of sunsets and a Hibiscus! What a lovely place to be for a few months; especially if you are from the dark cold North. Hoping Colin’s eye has responded to the drops and he is on the way to better eye health.

    • SandyM says:

      Oh my, my trigger finger was too quick in sending the comment. Just want to say I am hoping the knee is feeling better each day. I agree with whoever said walking in soft sand may/could be part of the problem – I have to hobble over to the packed sand before I can really enjoy walking the beach and never without shoes! Mend fast and mend well.

      • contessa says:

        I haven’t been walking that much since we came back from Europe as compared to last winter and to the spring plus we only had two or three walks thus far since we have been here. It is something else but the muscles are loosening and I am working that knee and leg all day and icing. Not much more that I can do right now. Once I am able to walk again I will be sure to analysis any symptoms.

    • contessa says:

      Thank you Sandy.

  3. Maxx Trails says:

    Hopefully each day will see your knee feeling better and Colin’s eye feeling better!

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