Dear Logbook, seventh day of the third trip.
Yesterday at the end I took that walk, which even leaving at 4:00 pm at home was most of the night. The afternoon after the walk, then doing things at home and then in the end we went to bed soon.
The day has dawned with clouds, but there are no heavy rains, if any, four loose drops, so I took the opportunity to take a walk through the old city, always so grateful to walk. Then it will be time to change tires to the bikes and get them ready for the days that will come from snow and snow water. Spike tyress and greasing and brake adjustment, etc.
For my part, I am still feeling well for the moment. Tomorrow we face the last voyage of this third trip. And on the recommendation of the Captain of this expedition we also start with the G-CSF injections. Of these I have already spoken to you. The only thing is that this time we changed to putting on one more, coinciding with the day of this last voyage. These injections are the ones that help me to recover the defenses, which, as I have already told you, are annihilated at values close to 0 by the potions received on the high seas. I remind you that although these injections are very good to raise my defenses, they are the ones that have taken me twice in that special carriage, ambulance, to the KS ship, with great and unbearable pain. This time we will take potions in advance, in order to prevent or mitigate these. And if necessary, they become unbearable despite the potions taken, Oxycodona, we will call the home care crew to try stronger things, morphine. But this is something that will be seen.
In addition, this week that we will start tomorrow, we will reduce the walks or bike rides, in order to avoid infections. It does not mean that I should be held at home, the other way around, the more I am in the street, well sheltered, the better for body and soul. Next Thursday we will see how the defenses go and how I am supporting the injections.
And today Diary, little more to tell you.