Scott, Had dragged the Beast, across the river in the area where it narrowed. Pulled up on the bank as far as possible,
was busy checking it’s wounds, It was very badly wounded, it was hard to tell if it would survive. He bound up some of the
more serious one’s, cleaned up what he could. But now he started to wonder where, Jim was, he stood up to see if he was able to see anything, as he stood, some thing fell in to the river. He jumped, this working around the Beast, had him on the edge. He looked around, There was Jim. coming threw the grass. Dam it was really good to see Jim, now they could get some work done. Jim, soon reached the area, where Scott, was waiting. They quickly, sat up the liter strapped the Beast, in picked up the gear, headed toward the trucks.
That’s just what we want for the senior’s, get them out into the good old out of doors. COME ON LETS GET TOGETHER AND MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR THEM TO ENJOY DONATE NOW NOW IS THE TIME MAKE IT SO DONATE
That was it just wait for Jim, He had moved quite quickly gathering the needed things. He was headed towards the river area, he knew that Scott, would be ready for him to help load what ever he had captured. It must be something else to have Scott so excited. He had no Idea, As he approached the dirt road, he spotted Scott’s truck, he headed in that direction, pulled up next to it, unloaded headed towards the river as Scott, had instructed him. It looked like quite a way’s , he had started to sweat already, trying to follow the trail was ok, but it looked like it would run out when he would get to the grass. He could see Scott now, waved but Scott must not have seen.
Some times I believe we all have that problem.WE JUST DON’T SEE WHAT IS GOING ON AROUND US. COME ON TAKE A LOOK , THERE ARE SENIOR’S OUT JUST BEGGING TO GET OUT AND GO SOME WARE, ALMOST ANY WARE JUST GIVE THEM A CHANCE. THAT IS JUST WHAT WE WANT TO DO GIVE THEM A CHANCE. DONATE DO IT NOW JUST GIVE THEM THAT CHANCE DONATE
To much work, that is just what I needed. To be surrounded with work, enough of that I had to get this thing out of here and over to my truck. Dam I should of called for some help, when I was at the truck last time, that real was dumb, to late to cry now. I sat down in the grass, see if I had a signal, thank God there was a good signal here. Calling Jim, my assistant he picked up on the second ring, yes he was at home. I told Jim, what equipment was needed. He said he would be there, in about thirty minutes, I replied take it easy, things are secure here we have time. He said, exactly what is it that you have. Dam, I wish I knew this is something that has never been seen before. Jim, say’s I can hardly wait…
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To much work, that is just what I needed. To be surrounded with work, enough of that I had to get this thing out of here and over to my truck. Dam I should of called for some help, when I was at the truck last time, that real was dumb, to late to cry now. I sat down in the grass, see if I had a signal, thank God there was a good signal here. Calling Jim, my assistant he picked up on the second ring, yes he was at home. I told Jim, what equipment was needed. He said he would be there, in about thirty minutes, I replied take it easy, things are secure here we have time. He said, exactly what is it that you have. Dam, I wish I knew this is something that has never been seen before. Jim, say’s I can hardly wait. Just take your time, we need to do this right, see you when you get here be careful. I looked at the Beast, it had not moved, that was great now i had to move it, across, the stream as far up the bank that I could go.
We all need to go as far as we can, the seniors are almost as far as they can go, lets help them enjoy the trip as much as possible COME ON DONATE THEY WILL BE ABLE TO DO THINGS THAT WILL LAST A LONG TIME CAN YOU DO MUCH BETTER. GIVE DONATE THEY WILL LOVE YOU FOR IT. DONATE
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I stopped once more, I was shaking I needed a break. Standing in this cold water my thought’s wondered, I had to get hold of my self control. I was going to get this done, right now I had to either turn and run, or stop all this nonsense, that was it I would be alright. I stepped a little closer, almost able to touch the beast. Too more step’s I reached into the area, where it’s arm should be, yes lifting the arm I placed one resistor on it fitted nice and snug, that should hold. I walked around the Beast, picked up the other arm, placed the second resistor on stepped back took a deep breath. Dam, now relax but there was no time for that. I had to much work to be done yet. THATS RIGHT WE ARN’T DONE YET WE HAVE MANY SENIOR’S OUT THERE WAITING FOR THE CHANCE, TO GET OUT AND ENJOY LIFE. YOU CAN MAKE THAT HAPPEN, JUST DONATE ANYTHING THEY NEED HELP RIGHT NOW DONATE GIVE A LITTLE SO THEY CAN ENJOY A LOT DONATE THANK YOU
A WOMAN BROUGHT A VERY LIMP DUCK INTO A VETERINARY SURGEON. AS SHE LAID HER PET ON THE TABLE, THE VET PULLED OUT HIS STETHOSCOPE AND LISTENED TO THE BIRD’S CHEST. AFTER A MOMENT OR TWO, THE VET SHOOK HIS HEAD AND SAID, “I’M SORRY, YOUR DUCK, CUDDLES, HAS PASSED AWAY.’ THE DISTRESSED WOMAN WAILED, “ARE YOU SURE?” “YES, I AM SURE. YOUR DUCK IS DEAD,” REPLIED THE VET. HOW CAN YOU BE SO SURE? SHE PROTESTED. “I MEAN YOU HAVEN’T DONE ANY TESTING ON HIM OR ANYTHING. HE MIGHT JUST BE IN A COMA OR SOMETHING.” THE VET ROLLED HIS EYES, TURNED AROUND AND LEFT THE ROOM. HE RETURNED A FEW MINUTES LATER WITH A BLACK LABRADOR RETRIEVER, AS THE DUCK’S OWNER LOOKED ON IN AMAZEMENT, THE DOG STOOD ON HIS HIND LEGS, PUT HIS FRONT PAWS ON THE EXAMINATION TABLE AND SNIFFED THE DUCK FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. HE THEN LOOKED UP AT THE VET WITH SAD EYES AND SHOOK HIS HEAD. THE VET PATTED THE DOG ON THE HEAD AND TOOK IT OUT OF THE ROOM. A FEW MINUTES LATER HE RETURNED WITH A CAT. THE CAT JUMPED ON THE TABLE AND ALSO DELICATELY SNIFFED THE BIRD FROM HEAD TO FOOT. THE CAT SAT BACK ON ITS HAUNCHES, SHOOK ITS HEAD, MEOWED SOFTLY AND STROLLED OUT OF THE ROOM. THE VET LOOKED AT THE WOMAN AND SAID, “I’M SORRY, BUT AS I SAID, THIS IS MOST DEFINITELY, 100% CERTIFIABLY, A DEAD DUCK.” THE VET TURNED TO HIS COMPUTER TERMINAL, HIT A FEW KEYS AND PRODUCED A BILL, WHICH HE HANDED TO THE WOMAN. THE DUCK’S OWNER, STILL IN SHOCK, TOOK THE BILL. “$150!” SHE CRIED, “$150 JUST TO TELL ME MY DUCK IS DEAD!” THE VET SHRUGGED, “I’M SORRY, IF YOU HED JUST TAKEN MY WORD FOR IT, THE BILL WOULD HAVE BEEN $20, BUT WITH THE LAB REPORT AND THE CAT SCAN, IT’S NOW $150.”