Bunion surgery

Bunion surgery went well this morning. We left home at 6:30 and were back at 11:15. Amazing.

The anesthesia team did a nerve block so I’m not feeling anything below the right knee for today.

I am navigating downstairs with the walker and upstairs with the cane. Old friends.

#AppalachianTrail2021 for #Birthday71 is definitely a go.

God is good.





By Steven Tryon

I am a photographer, walker, and sometime paddler, a theologically-educated geek living in Rochester, NY. Once upon a time I was an Army helicopter jockey in Alaska.

I started with film, switched to digital, then went back to classic film cameras.

With major back surgery in August 2019 and bunion repair in January 2020 now behind me, I am gearing up to start Appalachian Trail NOBO in June, 2021 to celebrate my seventy-first birthday. Blogging for The Trek.

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