For the most part I was OK the next day. I have very poor condition feet due to a 50 mile walk taken as a teen back in high school days. This was during JFK's Presidency when taking a 50 mile walk was a biggie for those who remember. All I owned was the cheap excuse for tennis shoes in those days with no arch support. The hike we took was all on a paved road or road side in gravel. The day was so cold the water in the canteen I took to drink along the way froze within the first hour of the walk. This ruined my feet and I have to severely limit my time on them or I become unable to stand after awhile. I was on them too much at the shoot. For some reason my back also went out on me. It does that from time to time for no good reason really. That too was OK by the next day this time.
We've had some pretty nice warm weather since and I've been out doing farm chores as much as possible since and not be on the computer that much.
While online most of my time has been taken up with some trouble that has cropped up on another forum. It has taken way more of my time than I have to devote to it. I hope it is past now and I can get back to normal.
Will try to get a new thread up today about my experiences at the first shoot. Thanks to all involved in getting me off dead center and to it.
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