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Old 10-10-2018, 01:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Specta View Post


Taking a break with thee one and only MooseHenden (center with his back to us) on the Behind The Reef Trail, San Rafael Swell Utah.
Moose looks smaller than I imagined. And blonde.
 
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Old 10-10-2018, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Big Frank View Post
Moose looks smaller than I imagined. And blonde.
Good one!
 
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Old 10-10-2018, 07:43 PM
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I waited over a week to see if anyone else was going to say something.

BTW, Hanz and Franz would say you look like a little girly man.



 
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Old 10-11-2018, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Big Frank View Post
I waited over a week to see if anyone else was going to say something.

BTW, Hanz and Franz would say you look like a little girly man.


Too funny. This keeps up I'm going to take down the picture. Specta, may still have a video performance from 2013 that I did for my wife. Still waiting for the awards to roll in.
 
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Originally Posted by MooseHenden View Post
Specta, may still have a video performance from 2013 that I did for my wife. Still waiting for the awards to roll in.

May still have???
 
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I'm going to stray off topic for a moment if no one minds.



This is the Huntsman Cancer Hospital, Institute and Research Center in Salt Lake City.
A place I have been visiting since November 2011. Between treatments and volunteering over 100 times at 400 miles round trip.



My daughter Andrea flew in from Medford OR on Sept 25 to help me celebrate my one year anniversary being cancer free on the 26th.



We celebrated by providing a very nice Italian lunch of two different lasagnas, garlic toast, salad and drinks.
Tiffany, the Nurse Manger of the two clinics that I have spent the most time reserved this beautiful conference room for us.
She also had Huntsman's catering provide chafing dishes and one young lady to help us serve a very nice lunch to over 60 doctors, nurses and staff from both clinics.

I am truly grateful for everything they have done for me.




This past Saturday I was honored by being asked to share my story at a Melanoma Patient Symposium with other doctors and patients held in an auditorium at the Huntsman Cancer Research Center.

Life is good my friends. Be grateful for all the good things that you have in your life.





 
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Congratulations on your 1 year anniversary and for your sharing your story. I hope you have many more anniversaries to celebrate. I don't know a lot about cancer but I think melanoma is one of the more common and aggressive types.
 
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Congratulations on your 1 year anniversary and for your sharing your story. I hope you have many more anniversaries to celebrate. I don't know a lot about cancer but I think melanoma is one of the more common and aggressive types.
Thank you.

It was advanced stage IV metastatic melanoma. Metastatic meaning it has spread to other organs.

I'v had tumors in my brain, a cracked rib, pelvis, abdominal wall, the side of my head and face, a ping pong ball size tumor in my lung and one by my left kidney. I had an adrenal gland removed and last year it spread to my stomach muscles.

Making it one full year without a single re-occurence puts me in the 5% club.
 
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Glad to hear you'll still be out on the trails, Specta. We'll continue our prayers for your continued health.
 
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Glad to hear you'll still be out on the trails, Specta. We'll continue our prayers for your continued health.
Thanks Moose. Prayers are good healing medications.
 
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