What a great trip. The landscape was amazing. Highlight for me was taking a helicopter to the top of Taku Glacier. When I got to the top, I found a Glacier Lake, got on my knees, and drank from it.
Most days were cloudy, only sun we saw on the cruise was the day we sailed from Vancouver and the last day, cruising College Fjord. That, and Glacier Bay were incredible sights.
Vancouver is a great city, so is Seattle, spent 3 and 1 days in those cities, respectively.
What really surprised me was that I hardly gave PC a thought for the entire trip, until now, on the flight home from Seattle.
And based on the way I ate on both the cruise, and on land, I guess I didn't think much about
my coronary artery disease Either. I ate as though I had a death wish. That is my one and only regret on this trip. I am not looking forward to the scale when I get home. But I'll go right back to healthy eating today as soon as I land.
This was for sure one of the most memorable, and mentally beneficial vacations I've ever done.
Age 64 (in 2014), PSA Feb 2006 - Nov 2014, PSA rose from .7 to 4.3
Nov 2012 - Biopsy - 14 cores all negative for PCa, 1 showed Hi Grade PIN
Nov 2014 BX 3 of 12 cores positive original pathology G6 10%, G6 20%, G8 (3+5), 70%.
G3+5=8 downgraded to 3+3=6 @80% by Dr Epstein, JH
Surgery with Dr Ash Tewari Jan 6, 2015
Post surgical pathology – G7 (3+4), ECE, Margins, LN, SV all negative
PSA @ 6 weeks 2/15, .<02, 4/15 <.02 7/15 <.02
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