Maybe Australia. The floods have mostly receded although I had an email from a friend who is outback fossicking for opals, says that the caravan park in a nearby (95k) town is still eight feet under water.
Bob has bursitis. He hit the cupboard with his elbow and a few days later started getting fluid on the elbow. Bursitis. He went to the clinic here in White Cliffs and was told to come back next day (Wednesday) to see the Flying Doctor. Next day went back and the Flying Doctor didn’t come, he’d been up all night in the operating room – so – we drove 95 ks down to Wilcannia to the hospital there. Got in to the clinic and the doctor confirmed it was Bursitis. He had intravenous antibiotics and enough antibiotic tablets for another 10 days, also pain killers. We had a lovely lunch down there at the Golf Club. Best Chinese food in the west (ha ha ha). And, being from Whiteclips (That’s the way the Chinese cook said it) we got 15% off the bill.
The Wilcannia Van Park is well and truly closed. It was under about 8 feet of water.
Life is a long agonised illness curable only by death ... Milligan