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Stroke Survivor - male
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About alpinejunkie

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  • Birthday 12/07/1960
  • Age 59

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    cycling, fly fishing, fly tying, hiking, reading, computer - anything, going out to eat, board games, computer games, yard work, my wife, our kids, our parents and sisters and all our family, our Beagles, photography, all things Roman Catholic, American History, modern technical gadgets and old fashioned hand tools of all kinds. A man can never have too many hand tools. I get a kick out of finding ways to do what I used to do with my under-functioning brain.
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  2. alpinejunkie

    Asha, sounds like a great trip. Can't believe Kiddo is in college. My how time does fly
  3. Spent, the day with the grandsons today.  Always a great time.

  4. Beautiful fall day in Denver today.  I'm going to be cleaning up the last of the fallen leaves.  They are pretty, but I don't like raking them up.

  5. alpinejunkie

    Happy Birthday my friend.
  6. Happy Birthday alpinejunkie!

  7. Happy Anniversary alpinejunkie!

  8. Happy Anniversary alpinejunkie!

  9. Happy Anniversary alpinejunkie!

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    Great post! One way I keep from getting depressed is that I keep trying to figure out cool new ways to do the things I have trouble doing now that I'm a survivor. Sometimes I get to buy a new toy... and that can be fun. Dave
  11. I love reading your blog! It seems every time I need an uplift, I get an email that fking has posted.

  12. Hey Steve,

    Thanks for commenting on my profile, good to see you hear. You have probably already shown great strength and courage if you are honest with yourself. We can find it in all the little things we do every day. I look forward to seeing you around the board.

  13. Hi, I'm new to the site.I have looked around a little bit and came across your profile. I had a stroke april 18th 2010 in the pons section of the brainstem. Your story has been an inspiration to me. it's good to know how strong willed you are. This is all new to me. I need to learn to be strong like you and so many others I have read about. Thank you for sharing your story! Steve

  14. alpinejunkie

    Great post!
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    One thing that was so pleasing to me and my wife is that it was our 25 year old daughters idea that we start this. Michele and I look back fondly on the days when family gatherings were highlights of our youth and have felt like the younger generations had no use for that. Sue, I can just close my eyes and imagine the wonderful time you wrote about. What a wonderful mental vacation.
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