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Old May 7, 2017, 4:29 PM   #1
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Long time with no post but now feeling very good after getting a couple of stents put into a couple of my blood veins. Turned out I had 95% blockage going to be head. Here I thought I was getting stupid. :-)

Took a long walk on our river walk trail here in Bay City and thought I'd post these shots straight out of the camera and taken with the trusty 40-150mm II lens. What a lens for the money.

2017-02-23 13.11.05 by James Gasta, on Flickr
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Very nice James! And congratulations on the medical news.
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Very nice James! And congratulations on the medical news.
Thanks Greg. I sure feel 100% better and much more active now. Still haven't had the chance to try the lens you have given me but I'm sure it will be soon.
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Glad to hear you're doing better up there. Nice pictures, but it doesn't look any warmer there than it does here, haha. Had the week off and it was 40s-50s and rain all week.
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Glad to hear you're doing better up there. Nice pictures, but it doesn't look any warmer there than it does here, haha. Had the week off and it was 40s-50s and rain all week.
Thanks Sammy. It definitely was a jacket day. Still not very warm here for May. At 7:30 am it was 31 F. Yesterday was in the high 50's and sunny. Worked in the yard all day.
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Very nice James! And congratulations on the medical news.
What Greg said goes for me too.
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Whar Greg said goes for me too.
Thanks Zig. Nice to see the regulars are still here....or most of them anyway.
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.....hey James, good report of your health; I am happy to hear it. Very nice images you;ve posted too.
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.....hey James, good report of your health; I am happy to hear it. Very nice images you;ve posted too.
Thanks Bob. Still getting to find time to visit the site more often. Doing a lot of catch up work especially on the yard.
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