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Old 19th June 2020, 05:45 PM
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Welcome back. Take care of yourself and allow plenty of time to recover.

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Hi Pete, welcome back, take care of yourself and get well soon.

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Welcome back Pete it must have been a dificult time but hopefully it's all down hill now but not too fast!

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Great news!

Like others, I would take "6 weeks" with a family-size bucket of salt, but the fact that the quacks say that makes me think they must be impressed by your general fitness. So, perhaps give it 7 or 8 weeks...
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Pete,
Very, very pleased to see you posting.
As others have suggested, take the 6 weeks with a pinch of salt. Tissues will knit reasonably well in 10-14 days, but the deeper muscle layers won't regain all their strength for more like 3-4 months.
No big lifting, but you know that.
If you fancy a challenge while your laid up get writing; you always strike me as a man with a few tales to tell. Get them written, and along with your huge archive of images some of us could be getting Pentax-Pete's book for Christmas.
https://www.blurb.co.uk/self-publish
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glad you are getting better. you cannot keep an old soldier down .great to have you back pete ..

keep them videos coming ,and how are you getting on with the book .
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As one ex M&B worker and chimio patient to another, keep your spirits up!!
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All the very best Pete, good to see you back.
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I suspect you’ve seen this already Colin?

https://youtu.be/MNASHlOcRMQ
Well, I've only watched the first minute so far, and it put a smile on my face at least!

I'll watch the rest later Pete, but as said, get well soon.

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Good to have you back Pete and I wish you a speedy recovery.

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