Spring GTG 2021

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  1. wildwest

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    I'm sorry Brian!
     
  2. Redneck

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    Brian
    Get well soon. Sorry about not making the GTG.
    Prayers and good thoughts being sent.
     
  3. eatonpcat

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    Sorry to hear BrianK

    Take care of yourself!
     
  4. Midwinter

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    BrianK rest up, and I hope it's a mild case.
     
  5. thewoodlands

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    Can't like that, I hope you get better.
     
  6. BrianK

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    I’ve been taking a dose of ivermectin every two days since the earliest hint of symptoms, so it’s been a very mild case, with mild cold symptoms with low grade fevers. Doing quite well now.
     
  7. MikeInMa

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    Now that, . I'll like. :thumbs:
     
  8. Canadian border VT

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    glad you are doing well.keep it up.
     
  10. bogieb

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    Hope it is a mild case and you recover quickly!

    When I had dogs they got a monthly dose to keep heartworms away and deal with the hook worms that were in the soil (once they are in the soil, it's dang near impossible to get rid of them). I know it is also given to livestock for parasites. Weird to think it is helpful for Covid - are you in a clinical trial?
     
  11. BrianK

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    It’s been used in humans for 4 billions doses over the last 50 years. It’s antiviral properties were known for a while. It’s being put through many clinical trials for Covid right now with smashing success. But no, I’m not in a clinical trial.
     
  12. wildwest

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    How are you feeling now B? Hoping it's still mild.
     
  13. BrianK

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    Feeling fine, thanks. But zero stamina. I’m easily winded and fatigued still. Getting better each day though.
     
  14. wildwest

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  15. mat60

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    Also hope your doing ok Brain. Edit.. Glad you are.:)
     
  16. Backwoods Savage

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  17. BrianK

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    Thanks Sav!

    Felt good enough today to cut up a wild cherry tree that came down in the windstorm last week.

    It was about 12” at the base.

    I used a Stihl MSA200 battery chainsaw I found on FB Marketplace. It only used 1 battery to process the whole tree and top branches. I’m impressed with it.
     
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