Back in the saddle, again February 9th 2017


Back in the saddle again…

I hope to have this blog updated on a regular basis, my life has gotten in the way.

After Fracturing both ankles and the bones in right lower leg, last February. I  spent 4 1/2 months laying in a Rehab Hospital, after getting back on my feet and learning to walk again. It was in the middle of the summer heat. I started walking at the Millcreeek Community Center, in Utah, not far from where I live, in November. Spending most of my time in personal work out to develop balance and endurance in walking. Now can walk 2 3/4 miles in less than 40 minutes.  I have added the lateral stepper to my routine. Three days of the week and most of the other time putting my life back in order.

Trying to keep abreast of the Resistance Movement and trying to adapt to the new POTUS and his Cabinet chooses. I feel that he is running the country as a profit based business opportunity. I’m very disappointed in his Cabinet chooses. I don’t think that they have the best intrest of our Country, in mind,to say the least.

Hope to be updating on a regular basis soon. I’m still here, wanting to provide insight into Indigenous  and Nuclear Issues of Intrest.

I will say the putting sanctions on Iraq for testing a missle launch is really not a good idea. As we, ourselves are planning a missle launch ( capable of carrying a Nuclear Weapon) next week.


Need to click on today’s date on calendar to see latest post

For some reason you need to click on today’s date to see the latest post. Am slowly returning to blogging hope fully the blog will show current articles without the reader clicking on the date in the calendar in the right column.
Peace, gregor

Alarms over radiation from thyroid cancer patients

Alarms over radiation from thyroid cancer patients
Cancer patients sent home after treatment with radioactive iodine have contaminated hotel rooms and set off alarms on public transportation, a congressional investigation has found.

They’ve come into close contact with vulnerable people, including pregnant women and children, and the household trash from their homes has triggered radiation detectors at landfills.

I Beat Hep C and am recovering still

Sorry that I am not posting by I am still not ready to continue this blog. I hope that shortly I will be able to continue.

Please be patience,
Peace, gregor

“Shoshone lose court bid to protect Mount Tenabo

The Te-Moak Tribe of the Western Shoshone have lost another court bid to stop the expansion of the Cortez Hills mine project on their traditional territory. On June 18, 2010, the U.S. Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decided to rule against the Shoshone, reversing its previous ruling in December 2009 that ordered a temporarily halt … Continue Reading:”>

I beat Hep C and and am still recovering

Sorry that I am not blogging but hopefully soon I will be able to begin shortly.

Am re-learning to walk again !

Am re-learning to walk again, after 5 months of treatment and the weakness that it meds and virus caused spent too much time in bed. Now I am in the processing of learning to walk again ( actual can walk 25-35 steps, but that is it0 My muscles in my legs and lungs are so weak that, that is all that I manage. I hate my wheelchair and am striving daily with walking and breathing skills.

Sorry about not keep up the blog, but life has it priorities and walking and breathing regularly is my number one desire.