I ❤️ Salisbury, CT!

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  1. Rebound, Special Ed here. I have been following your adventures, good and bad, since I last saw you in Hot Springs, NC. Wow what a time you have had! Bert, like Leen, is a saint! I am commenting now because I lived in Salisbury for 9 years, and my son was born in Sharon Hospital. I attended Salisbury Prep School and later taught there for 5 years. I hope you don’t have Lyme’s disease. Miss being on the trail with great people like you and others I met. Take care. All the best to you and other hikers.

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    1. I’m so glad you got checked! Praying for positive news! I’m glad she ordered the antibiotics. If it even something other than Lymes disease the antibiotics should get you back on your feet. I call for another day of rest.

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    2. Special Ed!! Thank you for your comment. I have thought about you often and wondered how you were doing! That’s BUD to you, Bucko…not Bert. 😂😉 yes, he is a saint, and I could tell Leen was, too, when I met her. 💕 How cool that you lived here. It was Sharon Hospital that Maria took me to today. You take care, as well! I wish you all the best with your quest to finish the AT piece by piece, and everything else in your life.

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  2. Hahaha! Maria sounds adorable! I love people like her. I always loved the people wherever I moved up north. Different cultures but nevertheless, very nice people. I’m so glad you’ve been treated so well and that the doctor put you on antibiotics. I hope you will rest another day and let the antibiotics get into your system good. I’m praying you are feeling better soon. I love you, Kara!
    ❤ Liz

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    1. She really is adorable. I start crying when I think of leaving her. I really have a soft spot for the elderly. Unless I wake up feeling terrible, I think I am going to leave tomorrow. I’m feeling antsy about getting behind. I’ll just take it slower and stop early if I need to. I love you, too. ❤️

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    1. Thank you, Judy! I think about you often! I hope things are going well for you. I have been thinking it would be fun to take you on an overnight hike when I get back! 😃 I do appreciate your prayers, and the reminder, friend!

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  3. What delightful people you met! Love the pictures. I am praying that this is not Lyme, and that the antibiotics help you fight off whatever it is.

    Stay strong, Rebound! You got this!

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      1. Just a touch. The Doc said it would take about five days for me to start feeling better. It has been four. My headache is a bit better, but I still feel tired, my neck is stiff and my muscles are sore. Glad to be in a hotel tonight. This bed feels like I am floating in a cloud!

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  4. Ugh….lyme….I hate it. So thankful for antibiotics! What was your blood pressure? Glad you’re heart rate is good. Exercise will do that for you. Rich went to the docs once for an odd sore throat and ended up having his heart checked bc his heart rate was low. Turns out it had nothing to do w/the sore throat–it was bc he was training for a marathon at that time (a few years ago). I’m glad you’re having a good experience in the North. I would say there is some truth in the generalities of culture but good people everywhere! Glad you’re experiencing the good ones here! Hugs!

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