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  1. I’m Back. Please keep your yawns at a minimum as it was a tough winter for me and I’ve finally developed enough gumption to drag my sorry posterior up and away from the endless less disappointment that continually seems crawl out of our so-called medical care system. I spent most of the winter battling chronic pain issues in my legs and feet. Lots of money was spent on lots of testing which only provided me results that left me feeling no better than I did prior to the first rounds of testing. And, if that wasn’t enough..... When the first signs of spring started to show up, I managed to trip over my own two feet, while navigating over a Portland side walk. It caused me to make a spectacular nose dive onto the side walk’s concrete surface. The good news is that I managed to get my arms out in front of me fast enough to keep my skull from cracking open. The bad news is aside from a lot of bruising on the front side of my body, I really messed up my rod casting arm rather with, a sprained wrist, multiple muscle and ligament injuries, and a fractured elbow. However, despite the disparaging medical care system comments I made above, I do have to give the Orthopedic and Physical Therapy specialists who worked on my arm a strong five-star rating. They have done wonders towards helping me to quickly bring fishing functionality back into my arm. I hope to get back on the water sometime early next week. I apologize that this year’s opening of the North of Portland thread didn’t have more fish talk in it. However, I was in a hurry to get back on the SOL forum before drmevo absconded with all my written tube and worm material and used it to start his own South of Portsmouth thread. Just kidding