Decided to stop at a campground this afternoon . Al wasn't feeling much better and was too tired to continue.
After having no food since Fri. afternoon, he decided to try some chicken soup. So far so good. That and Imodium. :)
Will see what tomorrow brings .
Thank you for your comments, emails and helpful concern. He has not opened his computer since being sick. so that sure tells me he is not himself yet.
K & P
Hang in there. It should start getting better hour by hour.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the update. Was wondering how you all were doing today. Hope he is feeling better soon.ReplyDelete
Thinking of all of you and hoping Al feels better real soon:)ReplyDelete
West Virginia is a pretty state but not when you are sick.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you are at a campground with water and electric. David had similar problems a month ago. Keep checking Al's temperature. If it gets to a 101, take him to the hospital. Get well AL! We're thinking of you!ReplyDelete
Get well, Al. You don't aNd to bring that to your Aunt.ReplyDelete
'Want', dang fingersReplyDelete
Get well Al, blogland needs it favourite curmudgeon feeling better.ReplyDelete
I'm sure you're taking good care of him Kelly.ReplyDelete
What an thing to happen when you are starting on a trip. His best bet is probably to keep trying to eat small amounts of foods, drink plenty of liquids, and have some lazy days with not many miles.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Kelly, for keeping us up-to-date! Darn it. Not fair that that long-awaited trip had to start with such a bummer. Do hope Monday is a better day. Good that you have all the comforts of home where you are! And, for Al, the greatest of those "comforts" are Kelly and Pheebes. Hang in there, knowing that you have lots of support here.ReplyDelete
Thanks for updating, Kelly! Feel better soon, Al!ReplyDelete
Connie in PA
Hope Al is feeling better tomorrow and you are able to enjoy the day traveling south to warmer weather.ReplyDelete
Nothing like chicken soup for what is not right with us. Wishing Al a speedy recoveryReplyDelete
Sounds like poor Al is suffering from a nasty case of the stomach flu. It's been going around. Hope he feels better soon. Tell him to keep sipping away at the fluids.ReplyDelete
Al, we're sorry to hear that you are not feeling well. We pray it will soon be in your rear view mirror. We'll say what you already know, and that is that your lucky to have Kelly and Pheebs by your side. Maybe we'll see you this winter at the Arizona Teepee.ReplyDelete
Ed and Sharon and Bogie
Yes chicken soup should make anyone feel better even Al.ReplyDelete
Just relax and get better soon then brand new again.
Being sick is no fun, but being sick while traveling is worse. Did he eat something at the Hurds which caused these problems? Hope he is getting better soon.ReplyDelete
Glad your in a campground where you can rest,rest, rest....and stay warm and hydrated. Kelly make sure your not next. Thanks for the update.ReplyDelete
Nothing worse than being sick and having to do something--Mike caught strep throat in Arkansas one Christmas and drove the rig all the way back to Montana--miserable!ReplyDelete
Den and I are healthy most of our Winter Trip..We don't get around a big crowd of people much. Maybe just being with so many people and kids he picked up the flu bug.Every time after we come home and get around our little grandsons, I get sick..Hugs..Chicken soup is Jewish Penicillin!!ReplyDelete
The campground was a smart move. Much less stress on both of you with full hookups and a stable "neighborhood." I hope Al feels better soon so you can resume your travels to Florida and Arizona.ReplyDelete
Hope you all are feeling better soon. We went by Bayfield yesterday and thought of you guys. I am just writing about it in our blog aplacecalledaway.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Get better soon Al! All 12 paws are sending you healing vibes.ReplyDelete
Sure hope Al gets to feeling better soon and that it isn't contagious...ReplyDelete
Hope you are better soon Al.ReplyDelete
Al. When you're feeling better and can continue your journey,may I suggest you take route 66 east at Front Royal to exit 28 route 17 south to Fredricksburg Virginia then south on I95 to FloridaReplyDelete
Al & KellyReplyDelete
I hope the two of you have a safe trip. I hope that you get to feeling better soon Al. There really is nothing worse than going on a trip and getting ill or getting injured . Get well soon!
We sure hope Al feels better really soon, Kelly. We also hope you and Pheebs stay healthy! Thanks for keeping us up to date.ReplyDelete