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04/10/2016

 
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Jaybee



Joined: 21 Jun 2013
Posts: 866
Location: Durham

PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2016 8:28 pm    Post subject: 04/10/2016 Reply with quote

Not much today but there are reasons.
Went to Dalton-le-dale to check ivy - still just very tight buds.
Back to the same spot as yesterday and on arrival promply slipped and twisted my back - agonising pain down my right side (still)
Tried to soldier on but didn't last long before having to pop home to dig out the deep heat.
On top of that I was at the doctors yesterday to get some cream etc for my stress related psoriasis.
He gave me two ointments plus some neutral based cream to apply first.
Half an hour after applying that my face and body felt like the top layer of skin had been peeled off.
Prior to going to Dalton-le-dale I called in to see doctor and it was determined I'd had an allergic reaction to the cream.
So now have to apply hydrocortisone cream to get that under control (the sun today really had my skin burning)
So if that wasn't enough then this week I need to find time to get car through its' MOT and on top of that find time to go to the urgent care centre to have a deep lung X-ray prior to having home based oxygen.
So a good couple of days really - no wonder the hovers wern't priority.

http://northeastwildlife.co.uk/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0

Eristalis arbustorum - male


Eristalis pertinax - male and female



Eristalis tenax - male and female



Helophilus pendulus - male and mating pair




Leucozona glaucia - female


Platycheirus albimanus - female


Syritta pipiens - male and female



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Roger K.A. Morris



Joined: 06 Nov 2005
Posts: 1652

PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2016 8:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks John

Your medical problems make it amazing how much you are managing to record. The latest episode sounds pretty horrible.
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