Got back by noon today from our weekend RV outing. It was a nice break from everything. We spent two nights, Saturday and Sunday at a nice campground on the banks of Lake Keowee here in western SC. By noon Sunday, the campground was all but deserted, there might have been 5 campers left out of 100 sites. They have 2 sites with direct lake frontage, and somehow I managed to snag one of them.
The water was too cold to swim still, and the swimming pool had just been filled, and was also too cold to use. We mostly sat around and did nothing, and it was everything we hoped for. This park had no internet access, did have it on our smart phones but chose not to use the net. This is why we knew nothing about the Bin Laden event until this morning when we were leaving.
Also, we never talked about PC at all, not even once. Can't say it wasn't in the back of my mind, but my wife works hard and needed some pressure release. The cancer was still with me, but I put it out of mind to the best of my ability.
We ate what we felt like, Italian Sausage with grilled onions/peppers one night, Bacon-Eggs-Pancakes one breakfast, and last night, a decent grilled steak, salad, and baked potatoes. All approved of course, on my Taste-Good Prostate Cancer diet.
The campground was very steep, so taking walks was difficult with my cane and normal fatigue. Interestingly, the fatigue came in waves, almost set to an alarm clock, as usual, even though I was in a relaxed situation.
This Thursday, I start the new oncology re-hab, and hoping it will help, or at least improve some of the issues.
We hope to do this weekend RV thing about once a month, weather permitting.
David in SC