Well, today I went to see my cardiologist in Boston. And while I was there at the hospital I went to talk to another doctor about my congestive heart failure because my condition has been going down hill for the last few months. The new doctor wants me to have some tests to evaluate me for suitability to me put on the list for a heart transplant. So, if I do qualify for a new heart, this may mean the end of camping for a long time, if ever again. Although, I'm feeling rather discouraged right now, I do feel fortunate in that the doctors I see are top notch in their fields and the hospitals in Boston are among the best. One of the things that really impresses me is that the doctors talk TO me not AT me and they make sure that I understand what is being said. I'm glad I have a cousin that will come into the exam room and help me listen and get things straight. What will be tough is arranging for transportation for what will be expected to be many trips to Boston an hour and a half away if the traffic is good. Thank goodness I have a very kind and understanding cousin.