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Recovering from injuries and infection

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Been a rough go of it. Both hands damaged. However I am learning to use what I have to do what I must. Doing some larger projects to get some fine motor skills back....hopefully. I have so many ships I want to build. Nantucket Lightship, LEE, and about 10 others I have waiting. Kinda like learning to walk again.

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Chief, good luck in your recovery. Follow the doctor's orders; your mitts are one of many important parts. You've got a leg up already, since your noggin is working well. Attitude is everything.

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