Had one of those for a long time...the locked up knee...Boy did that feel weird...occasionally felt like folding up and down...They call that a trick knee...It sort of healed over the years , responding to the barometer...and it was a simple thing some 50 years ago...a sever meniscus tear that floated around. I avoided surgery as I learned the longer one waits the better til it doesn't matter anymore because other shit hurts more.
Thought crap now more politics will show up in my news feeds... So got angry ... This then caused my wife to be anxious, after the late spring trout start that I just started recovering from (and her dealing with me).
Then decided to do some gear fishing, with the wife, on Riffe lake for landlocked silver and fire up to smoker.
Then did the old person thing and went on numerous "Sunday drives" even though it wasn't Sunday.
As for what is in Glide? No stop lights, gotta pick up my mail at a PO box (with in walking distance), I don't know anything about Umpqua Feather Merchants.
What is there for me is warmer winters, down size property/less maintenance, less over head $ wise, quieter neighborhood.
What else??? Well I'll be in Glide.
Know matter where I go, I'm there
In the 80s/90s...slow pitch softball and titanium bats...
Infielders played halfway into the outfield...pitcher was toast!!
Played in a tourney in Klickitat, WA...had a player on the opposing team put his titanium bat away forever, after he damn-near broke our pitcher's hand on a comebacker. The pitcher was standin' halfway between the mound and second...he caught the ball and it sounded like a gun had been fired as it hit the mitt!!
Also, the guy battin' was big enough to hit 350' ft easily with one hand...
no need for a titanium bat.