Friday, May 27, 2016

George is home!

Buffalo Ridge Camp Resort
Custer, SD

Yesterday I got the call that George was being released
from the hospital.
They were happy with his blood work,
and his drain was removed from the area that had abscessed.
He's still on two different oral antibiotics,
and does have pain meds if he needs them.

George has a follow up appointment on June 9th,
where he'll discuss with the surgeon the next step
in this process.
We think it's important to get this done,
and especially while we're here in Custer.
The same hospital & surgeon just makes it easier.

Back at the campground,
there are new signs going up...

and more things to do to get the campground ready for the season.

Today we worked half day, from 1 - 7:30.
George came over and did a few things
that he could do with his limitations.
They've been great here and told him not to push it.

Tomorrow we have the day off,
and we need to get a few things done.
We're going to drive into Rapid City again,
and maybe take a ride into the park and see some buffalo!


  1. I'll bet George is really glad to be home. Those hospitals are not fun!!

    Jim and Linda

  2. Glad you are back home, George. Praise God!

  3. You are wise to get what needs to be done by Drs. that know the history. Also, while in a place where the people are willing to work with you. Take care of that man of yours.

  4. Great news about George getting to come home. I am sure he would rather be there than the hospital. Don't let him over do it.

  5. Good thing you have some time there to deal with this! Hope all goes well.

  6. Glad to hear he's home from the hospital. Enjoy your holiday weekend

  7. George can get some rest now, there is no way to get any in a hospital, that I know! ;c)

  8. Great news!!! Glad George has been released and is home. Keep an eye on him, and don't let him over do it... it's okay if the truck doesn't get washed this week.

  9. SO glad to hear George is home and feeling pretty well. Seems a good idea to me too to get everything taken care of while you are in one place with a doctor you know. wishing you both the best.