Where is Chartermark? by raistlin (Page 2 of 2)


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takestock
Glad to see my drinking partner is still around :)
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Posted 28 May 2014, 13:40 #21 


Dave Goody
You had us worried for a bit Martin, glad your on the mend. Are you likely to get to the Manningtree show this year? Dave

Posted 28 May 2014, 14:19 #22 

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Mick
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Delighted to hear you are OK Martin. Be good to catch up with you when you are out and about.

Thanks to Dave Goody for furnishing Paul with the phone number, I have his address but couldn't get his number from BT.

Onwards and upwards. :) :)

Posted 28 May 2014, 17:01 #23 


Dave Goody
Mick wrote:Delighted to hear you are OK Martin. Be good to catch up with you when you are out and about.

Thanks to Dave Goody for furnishing Paul with the phone number, I have his address but couldn't get his number from BT.

Onwards and upwards. :) :)


Actually thanks to Ray [Wraymond] for the phone number, Dave

Posted 28 May 2014, 18:13 #24 

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Jürgen
Welcome back Martin, I'm glad you're ok. :)
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Posted 28 May 2014, 18:21 #25 

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Nice to see the avatar back on the boards , glad you are on the mend Martin
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Posted 28 May 2014, 18:36 #26 

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MrDoodles
Glad to hear you're ok Martin!
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Posted 28 May 2014, 19:38 #27 

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Chartermark
Bernard wrote:I'm very pleased to see that you are still with us! Hopefully you will soon be back to feeling well.
To put an end to the speculation, is the farmhouse in France?


Hello Bernard nice to hear from you. Yes it's in Lassay les Chateaux, in the Mayenne region. We bought it originally in '91. I sold it after my wife died in '98 and regretted it many times. The farmer we purchased it from, bought it back from me. However he was retiring and needed to raise capital so I took it back! I've only seen it twice since buying, but some French friends, who are developers, have got a deal of work completed on it for me and I'm going over in July when it's all finished.

Posted 28 May 2014, 23:40 #28 

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Chartermark
Thanks everyone,

On and off its been a difficult time, but finally I got to see the right specialist and it was remarkable how quickly the pain subsided post the first step of treatment. Up till then I'd been on steroids and high level pain killers. The trouble was that I fell in between two departments, neural and surgical (spine v's hip) after 40 years of walking like an off balance crab had taken their toll.

In formative terms, the motor nerve conduits from the bottom end of the spine have been 're-lined' so the 'wiring' doesn't catch on the sides and the virtually worn out discs (causing the compression) will be reinforced, once the first course of action has settled down.

Of course osteo arthritis had set in too, but I can cope with that. Still never mind, I'm a fully paid up member of the 'Blue Badge' club now!

Posted 28 May 2014, 23:58 #29 

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James.uk
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Hiya Martin. nice to know you are OK even if a bit battered! Wounds heal, just don't try to rush things.. Good luck with your french venture. :D

Posted 31 May 2014, 19:22 #30 

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Chartermark
Thanks James,

I'm on the mend and I'm looking forward to Normandy, especially at Xmas.

Posted 31 May 2014, 23:32 #31 


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