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    Timmus down (surgery)

    As many of you already know, Timmus just underwent surgery on both feet yesterday. 6 weeks out from any kind of walk but more importantly, some months before getting back on the "trail"

    She's currently unable to move and obviously can't get near the computer. She should be able to get her emails and reply back really soon though.

    Just wanted to let you guys know in case you wanted to drop her a quick note.

    I hope she recovers quickly !

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    Oh no!

    I hope she is hanging in there!

    Get well soon, Timmus!

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    No way! I hope she's getting that bionic surgery that makes you hike faster, longer, harder.

    Best of wishes to a speedy recovery - make friends with your PT...

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    Here 's a foot massage for quick recovery!

    http://images.jupiterimages.com/comm...5/23264545.jpg

    Hope to see you on the trail again soon

    Mats

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    Positive thoughts headed your way Timmus - I summited Cannon 6 weeks after double foot surgery, you'll be back at it before you know it!
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    Good luck with it...

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    Sending wishes for fast healing Julie.
    I'm sure those sweet little girls will take good care of Mommy.

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    Good luck, Timmus. Lots of us pulling for you to have a speedy recovery.

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    Best wishes Timmus. It's a good thing you don't draw with your feet. Hope you recover quickly.

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    Ouch!

    Best wishes for a full and quick recovery~

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    I'm sure you will be on the trail in no time. Get well soon.

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    Best of luck Timmus for a speedy recovery! I hope you'll take good advantage of the down time and bless us with some new cartooning! With all your exploits you've got lots of great material to start with.
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    Take care of those feet. You may grow 12 inches but you will never grow another foot. Get well soon!
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    Julie get well soon and let me know when you will be back in the dacks! Maybe we can grab a hike together!
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    Good luck and speedy recovery!

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