I got to Afton late today and took no photos. Phil was minding the store while I paid a visit to the ICU this morning where Ron M. is resting under very strong sedation. He will have a fourth, and hopefully last, surgery tomorrow to attempt to close the incision which continues to reopen. His condition is considered to be poor, but we're all in hopes that it will change after tomorrow's trip to the operating room. Until then, he really can't have visitors, and he wouldn't know who was there anyway. Obviously, this has me in quite a state, but thankfully some of Ron's (and my) friends are driving in from Salt Lake City tomorrow to help out with what needs to be done. Meanwhile, I hope that all my readers will direct their good thoughts to Ron M. and his recovery.
Thankfully, it was a very slow day at the Station. I wasn't in the mood to have a crush of visitors. Those that did come were wonderfully pleasant. They came from Bloomington IN, Mt. Union IA, Cedar Lake OK, and Minneapolis MN. The guest from Iowa treated us to an amazing story about being extracted from the bottom of the Grand Canyon via Medi Vac helicopter when she fell ill during a burro ride down at the bottom. Oh my, what an adventure! The ending is happy, as she was treated and released, but she said it was the ride of a lifetime!
That's it for today, my friends. . .